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The Galaxy Note 9 has been teasing us with its water carbon cooling system since launch day. And its time to open up Samsung’s newest Note 9 Phone and reveal its secrets. Lets get a close look at the Heat Pipe, and the Variable Aperture Camera. There is so many cool things to look at inside this high tech piece of technology. Do you think that heat pipe is enough for some Fortnite Gaming?
Note 9 Durability Test Video: https://youtu.be/sfwkl3Qegtg
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