Samsung Galaxy Note 9 pricing, release date leaked

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 pricing, release date leaked

While taking it easy on the aesthetics, the Korean tech giant will nevertheless introduce several upgrades on the phablet. Now the latest leak is some sort of official poster, revealing a blue Note 9 ad yellow S-Pen. This is the first proper sighting of the new S Pen. We're expecting the bare minimum external changes on the device, save for this that are necessitated either due to a usage issue or hardware constraints.

Reports suggest that the Galaxy Note 9 S Pen will have Bluetooth support.


Previous rumors for the alleged Samsung Galaxy J2 Core hints at a 5-inch AMOLED display, an Exynos 7570 quad-core processor clocked at 1.4 GHz coupled with 1GB of RAM and 16GB of internal storage, which will be further expandable via microSD card slot (which FCC listing also notes). According to Korean media, the launch will follow very closely and nearly a month earlier than it did with the Galaxy Note 8 a year ago. As you can see the phone in the image is much like everything we've seen before. Which leaves us with three possibilities. A recent image leak also showed Samsung ditching physical buttons in favor of on-screen navigation buttons. While the physical design is said to be similar to that of its predecessor, Galaxy Note 9 is expected to pack a larger 4000mAh battery. This translates to around $1,158 Dollars. The smartphone was recently reported to go on sale on August 24. The pricing information comes courtesy of a company employee's information of a training meeting conducted at the company's headquarters in Warsaw.

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