In a world where most smartphones and tablets have a built-in vibrator built-into them, we were surprised to learn that your Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will get an ‘avg’ vibrator feature as well.
However, Samsung hasn’t confirmed this, nor has it said if this will ever make its way to the Note 9.
But the fact is that, even if Samsung did add a vibrator to the Galaxy Note 9, we’re going to have to wait a while for it to arrive.
Samsung’s ‘Vibrator’ feature is not new to its devices.
Last year, the company revealed that it would include a vibrating feature on the Galaxy S8 Plus, as well as the Galaxy X9 and the Galaxy A7.
In fact, Samsung’s Note 9 will also receive a ‘vibrator notification’ feature, as the company has previously indicated that it plans to add it to the devices it launches.
We have been speculating about the possible launch of Samsung’s ‘vibration notification’ technology for quite some time, as Samsung has previously revealed its plans to integrate the feature with its upcoming Galaxy Note models.
It’s worth noting that the company hasn’t said exactly when this ‘vibe notification’ will be made available to the Samsung Galaxy S9.
In the meantime, however, you’ll be able to get a ‘Vibration Notification’ notification in the form of an ‘Avg’ notification on your Samsung device.
Samsung has also added a ‘Low Battery’ notification feature to the device.
When a device is powered down and its battery reaches its low-low-low state, the device will display a ‘low battery warning’ that will display in a text-only box next to the battery status.
In other words, if your phone is below 1% charge, then the low-light notification will turn green and will say “low battery”.
This is because Samsung has taken the battery level of the device into consideration when calculating the ‘Low battery warning’.
This is one of the most exciting new features for Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy devices.
According to Samsung, it will be able “boost” the performance of the Galaxy 9 and Galaxy S10 when it comes to battery life.
It will also be able ‘boost’ the performance by up to 5%, as the new Samsung Galaxy phones will feature an ‘optimized power management algorithm’.
If the ‘optimization’ feature on your Galaxy Note device works as advertised, then it should be able boost the performance in comparison to other smartphones.
However, it’s worth pointing out that this is only a ‘performance enhancement’ for the Galaxy devices, as it is still not officially announced whether the ‘Vibe Notification’ feature will be included in the Galaxy 10 or Galaxy S11.
In any case, the Samsung Note 9 is going to get the ‘low-light vibrator notification’, as it will feature a ‘sensors and actuators’ component.
The ‘low energy’ feature Samsung has been promoting as the ‘next generation of smart home technology’ for years has seen several iterations.
The latest iteration, called ‘Energy Smart Home’, is also being hailed as a ‘next-generation home automation technology’.
Samsung has announced a number of other ‘energy-saving’ features in the past, including its ‘Visible Energy’ feature which will be integrated into the upcoming Galaxy device.
However in recent years, the technology has come under increasing criticism as a result of the fact that it relies on artificial intelligence, which can ‘see’ the location of an object based on the ambient light level.
The ‘EnergySmart Home’ initiative is a way to address this problem, but is currently still in its early days.
This is due to the fact Samsung’s focus on artificial learning and AI is still too far away from the ‘human touch’ that makes our everyday life possible.
Samsung’s EnergySmart Home initiative is also set to debut on the Samsung SmartThings hub next year.