The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 stands out for a lot of reasons — one of which is its large 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display.

Having such a large screen makes the Note 9 great for browsing the web, watching movies, playing games, you name it. However, it also means you've got a larger canvas for picking up scratches throughout the day.

Just how well does the Note 9 hold up to general wear and tear with its display? Here's what the AC forum community has to say.

Danny Long2

Three weeks in and this thing has been treated as gentle as my newborn daughter yet it has scratches on the screen! Have had this before with the odd phone seem to scratch so easy Any tips can light scratches be buffed out some crap online about baking soda!


Mine Note 9 screen was naked since the day I got it. No scratches at all.


My note 8 had micro scratches from rubbing against credit cards in my wallet case. So far the N9 hasn't had the same problem. Maybe it's just a matter of time or just good luck.


I find that sometimes using a case can attract scratches to the rear especially if you work in dusty environments, dust gets in between case and back and voila. But I've had the Note 8 and now the 9 for nearly a month with no screen protection and no marks to either screen and I'm always looking believe me!


What about you? Do you have any scratches on your Galaxy Note 9's screen?

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