If you're looking to buy a new Android phone right now, the Galaxy Note 9 is one of your best bets. It's got a large, beautiful display, insanely fast internals, a powerful camera package, and so much more.
Samsung packed just about everything they could into the Note 9, and with all of those specs and such a large price tag, we've noticed that a lot of our forum members are wondering whether or not this is a phone that can be considered future-proof and be able to last a few years down the road without losing complete relevancy.
That's a topic that's recently garnered a lot of conversation, and this is what some of our users are saying:
What do you think? Is the Galaxy Note 9 future-proof?
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