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If you want a top-of-the-line Android smartphone that was made in 2018, Samsung has a few nice options for you.

The Galaxy S9, the Galaxy S9 Plus, and the new Galaxy Note 9 – Samsung’s premium flagship phones for the year – are all heavy hitters. You can’t go wrong with any of them, but if you’re on the fence, there are some subtle differences that make the newest phone, the Galaxy Note 9, stand out from the rest.

Here are six reasons you should consider the Galaxy Note 9 instead of the Galaxy S9 or S9 Plus.

In Australia we'll be receiving the Midnight Black, Metallic Copper and Ocean Blue versions of the freshly-announced Galaxy Note9.

For anyone keen on the lavender purple, sorry we're not getting it.

But while most of the handsets have S Pens to match, the latter has a rather distinct point of difference. Its S Pen is yellow. Here's why.