The Screen Optimiser uses AI to identify elements of a photo, such as scene and subject, classify it into one of 20 categories and then “instantly optimise” it based on the category. “The result is a stunning, lifelike image with bold colours and dynamic definition,” claims Samsung. Meanwhile the Flaw Detection feature warns users if it thinks there’s something wrong with a photo, so they can take another picture without losing the moment. An immediate notification will appear if the image is blurry, the subject blinked, there is a smudge on the lens, or there’s backlight impacting the quality of the image. The camera also features a new Dual Aperture lens and more powerful noise reduction features. Helping to show your pictures at their best is a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display. 
The Galaxy Note9 will be available from 24th August in the UK from and selected retailers. Colour options include Midnight Black, Lavender Purple, with matching S Pen, and Ocean Blue with a Yellow S Pen input device. You can pre-order now, with the 128GB variant handset costing £899 or the 512GB variant costing £1,099. Network providers will obviously be running their own deals according to your contract.