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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to go on sales allegedly from August 24

We already know that Samsung is going to launch its next flagship smartphone, Galaxy Note 9 at the Galaxy Unpacked event scheduled on August 9. The launch will take place in Brooklyn, New York at 11am EST. While there is barely a month left in the release, even more leaks have surfaced about the device. A recent report says that the smartphone is likely to go on sale on August 24.

Note devices are always big news because they feature something that no other smartphones in the market have. Yeah I’m talking about the S Pen. There are reports that claims that the S Pen could be getting some big upgrades in terms of design as well as features. The major one being the addition of Bluetooth.

Here is our detailed article about the same – The New S Pen in Samsung Note 9 receives major upgrades

Note 9 Specifications (In case you still don’t know)

Galaxy Note 9 will feature a 6.4-inch, 18.5:9, Super AMOLED display. There won’t be any such design changes. It will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 processor (depending on the location) running on top of Android Oreo 8.1. It is said to feature a larger 4000mAh battery. The phone is expected to come in two RAM/storage options – 6GB RAM + 256GB storage and 8GB RAM + 512GB storage.

Read detailed specification here – Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch event

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Galaxy Unpacked event

On the design front, there won’t be any major design changes. The phone looks very similar to its predecessor Galaxy Note 8. The company is focusing primarily on their upcoming Galaxy X smartphone which will feature a foldable display. The company is planning to announce the Galaxy X in CES 2019 which is going to held in February next year.

Read more about Galaxy X – First foldable smartphone by Samsung may go official at CES 2019

In the Galaxy Unpacked event the company is also expected to launch its another device, Galaxy Watch (which was expected to be Gear S4). Let’s see how rest of the year goes for the company.


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