Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 9 at its high-profile Unpacked event in NY on August 9. The video, published yesterday on Samsung's New Zealand YouTube channel, shows off the device in the gold and navy color scheme we've seen previously and provides a handful of details about the handset.
KitGuru Says: I would have thought an unprecedented 8GB of RAM in a smartphone would count as a unique selling point, which leads me to believe that the Galaxy Note 9 will likely stick to the tried and tested 6GB RAM model.
Further, in the Galaxy Note 9 video, Samsung showcases a Yellow-coloured S Pen.
And of course, the design is super-confirmed now.
What will Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 cost? The teaser also notes (pun intended!) that this will be a 1TB phone thanks to 512GB of on-board storage as well as support for up to 512GB of additional storage with the the inclusion of microSD card support. Other than that it looks a lot like the Note8, with on-screen buttons, a front iris scanner, dual rear cameras, USB-C, and an increasingly rare headphone jack.
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The South Korean giant Samsung's campaign around the Galaxy Note 9 has been very strong.
Interestingly, the Note 9 will supposedly come with "all-day" battery life too, but the video didn't state the exact capacity of the phablet's battery.
September will have the big iPhone triple threat that has been rumored for months before all that it's Samsung's turn with the Galaxy Note 9. Taking this as face value means we're going to get a phone with the long-rumoured 4,000 mAh battery, a welcome 700 mAh increase from the Note 8.
When will the Galaxy Note 9 be released?