New ad shows how the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 can be a great business tool

We all know that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a great tool for personal communications. But according to a new ad released today by Samsung, the device also is a very useful tool for business. The ad, named "The Order," follows a bicycle company that has received an order for 100 new bikes that needs to be ready by the end of the day. The Galaxy Note 9 is employed to find the correct parts among all of the inventory stored in the company's warehouse.

In the video, the Galaxy Note 9 is also used to send out requests for assemblers (with a cameo made by the Samsung Galaxy Watch). During the assembly process, Augmented Reality is employed by the assemblers to see where certain parts go. 

The bikes are assembled, packed and shipped. And the Galaxy Note 9 can capture the signature of the driver hauling the merchandise to the buyer, even in the pouring rain (thanks to its IP68 certification rating). With the truck driving away to its ultimate destination with 100 newly manufactured bicycles on board, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 once again becomes a tool for personal communications.

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Galaxy Note 9
  • Display 6.4" 1440 x 2960 pixels
  • Camera 12 MP / 8 MP front
  • Processor Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, Octa-core, 2800 MHz
  • Storage 128 GB + microSDXC
  • Battery 4000 mAh(29h 3G talk time)



1. darkkjedii

Posts: 31101; Member since: Feb 05, 2011

The Note 9 not only can be, but is great at everything. It’s the closest thing to the total package on the market. The only thing it really lacks, is better Bixby text to speech. One area Siri smashes Bixby, is its ability to read aloud any text on the phone (email, text messages, notes etc). Just highlight what you want read out, and that’s it.

2. Peaceboy

Posts: 640; Member since: Oct 11, 2018

Where’s the iphone in the ads?

4. Tipus

Posts: 875; Member since: Sep 30, 2016

This ad is for business tools not toys :))

7. Peaceboy

Posts: 640; Member since: Oct 11, 2018

Then why do most businessmen use iphones?

8. limporgyuk

Posts: 363; Member since: Nov 06, 2013

Source: 'The Bullsh!t Times'

9. koioz unregistered

Nah, real businessmen never use iphones. It's very gayish

12. sissy246

Posts: 7120; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

Iphone can't do what the note 9 can so it's not worthy for the add.

3. DolmioMan

Posts: 332; Member since: Jan 08, 2018

In theory, I’m yet to see one in practice though.

17. uberzero

Posts: 52; Member since: Jul 07, 2018

Doing that with Galaxy S9 Plus as freelance designer.

5. apple-rulz

Posts: 2122; Member since: Dec 27, 2016

Starting the ad off with Dex was a bad choice, Dex is purely a novelty, no business is actually using it as a viable alternative to a PC or Mac, or even a Chromebook.

6. strategic_developer

Posts: 1627; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

Which actually shows how you entirely miss the point of what DeX is for. But I understand, you can't tall about a phone tou have zero knowledge about. However, I use DeX virtually all day, with the exception if when I need Lotus Notes. I use Office, all my web browsing and more just from my Note 9. It wasn't meant to be an enterprise solution like Windows. Which is exactly whatvykuballuded too, showing exactly how much knowledge you don't have and that you are nothing more than a troll. But of Apple had it first. You'd swear it was the best thing since, taking a dump!

11. sissy246

Posts: 7120; Member since: Mar 04, 2015

Proof of that. Not saying are or are not but, where is your proof that NO business is using it.

13. strategic_developer

Posts: 1627; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

He can't prove it. On a business and i use it. I also have Windows on my Note using MS Remote Desktop and my laptop is always running. So if I end up being my laptop, I can run Windows right on DeX. And i have a virtual machine on my Note 9 running Windows 7 and I can load it and use screen nirroring come in handy because I go to remote places where i don't have signal and i can still trim Windows and have access to my files, because I have enough storage to create copies. Plus I always have a copy on the cloud where I can download before I know I will enter a remote area. Not everyone needs or does this. But I got the idea from another Note user and basically I can almost completely replace my laptop on the go. And other people do it too, as there are videos on YT. This is why I say, don't feed the trolls. They aren't here to bvb talk tech. They crack on features and claim they are useless simply because they can't use it. Unlike Apple Animoji which I can use, but is in my case completely useless. Keyboards have more than enough to give me what I need. I don't need a 3D version. But it's ok for anyone who can use it and find it useful for fun things. I mean I use them too on my Note. The Note was designed for people who need a Professional level device for a low price. It wasn't meant to be an iPhone. That is what the Galaxy S is for. Until moronic fans understand the difference, it is simply pointless to care to their ignorance. They are here solely for comedy and I enjoy a good laugh. Like the one I had when he claimed businesses don't use it. How many people does it take to be a business? Just one. So yeah I think a lot of businesses use it. I'm one if them no matter how many. And I don't care how many. Wasn't meant to be an enterprise solution. But it's actually close enough to work. I could have an internet cafe, with 5 stations, each using a DeX and a S8 behind the counter, using DeX with access to Office, Google services, social media and everything else. People can print, transfer files with a USB and more. And they will never know it's running from a phone. These guys have zero open minds, no sense of imagination, and they think tech has to be limited to Apples lame support on hardware.

15. apple-rulz

Posts: 2122; Member since: Dec 27, 2016

You can’t even type without a boatload of errors, and you expect anyone to believe you own a business? Yeah, that’s totally believable.

16. apple-rulz

Posts: 2122; Member since: Dec 27, 2016

TechieXP’s delusional company doesn’t count. Stop riding Samsung’s dick so hard sissy246, it’s unseemly.

10. ALMBO6

Posts: 196; Member since: May 28, 2018

The Note 9 is indeed a great device, but man, it is so expensive. I just can't come to terms with spending so much money on a phone

14. strategic_developer

Posts: 1627; Member since: Jul 17, 2018

If you are a person who wants a phone that you really can't outgrow, the Note is it. Look at it this way. You can pay $1000 now and have a device that will last you as long as it does what you need. Or you can by 2 phones over 3 years and spend the same amount of money, and still have owned 2 phones that can't do what the Note can do. For the price of the Note, you can buy an iPhone 7 right now, then and iPhone 8 next year and they with iOS 14 still won't do what the Note 9 or 8, or 7 or 5 or 4 can do almost a decade later. In a couple years the Note will be 10 years old, and today's iPhone still can't do things the original Note can do. Not saying it's a bad thing. What I am saying is, since they don't do what a Note can do at the same price, they shouldn't be the same price. I spent $1250 and got the 512GB. I always choose monthly payments because I typically upgrade every year. So in 2 years I always own 2 brand new phones, with the latest OS that supports the device. But even if you don't upgrade, even today a Note 5 or FE is a solid device that will get you great features at a lower price. You can get a Note 8 on Ebay right now for less than $500. The 8 and 9 aent a huge difference. And when you consider the Note 8 was $930 new, and the 9 starts at $999, you get a whole lot more than the fact the iPhone price is considerable higher. The 512GB iPhone is $1500 in the US. Which means outside the US it's almost $2300. That is insane. And it does less than the Note period. No matter what Note you have.

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