Galaxy Note 9: Prices For Samsung’s 2019 Flagship Phablet Reportedly Revealed

Isaac Cain
August 2, 2018

A few days from now, Samsung will unveil its latest phablet series smartphone, Galaxy Note 9, on August 9 at the company's "Unpacked" event in NY. It will feature a curved 6.38-inch display with minimal bezels, 2,960 x 1,440 resolution, and 18.5:9 aspect ratio. A new report now reveals that apart from Tab S4 Samsung is working on another tablet called the Galaxy Tab A2 XL to launch on the same date.

As far as colour options go, the new Galaxy Note 9 will be available in Black, Blue, and Copper. Some initial reports suggested the presence of an octa-core Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, though. While the South Korean tech giant's upcoming flagship has been a part of the rumor process for quite a while, another leak in front of the mobile's August 9 launch insights at the handset's cost and also a portion of its shading variations.

Samsung confirmed on Tuesday that its upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 9 will come at a "reasonable price".

In addition to the glimpse of the back panel, the image shows Koh using the Galaxy Note 9 with the new S Pen. Rest assured, both the variants will offer the same level of performance and would set a new benchmark in performance among Android phones. It is also expected to have an upgraded dual rear camera setup and a larger battery than what was found on the Galaxy Note 8. The phone is reported to get 256GB and 512GB internal storage variants, along with 64GB and 128GB models. Koh was spotted with what appears to be the Galaxy Note 9 at a media briefing.

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The Galaxy Note 9 will be backed by the latest Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor in the United States, while other regions will get Exynos 9810 SoC. The S Pen stylus will now be enhanced with Bluetooth support. Much like a year ago, it could very well decide to only bring the lower RAM/storage variant to India.

Eventhough the Galaxy Note 9 will be announced globally on August 9, it could take a few days to find its way to Indian shores.

Until we know, enjoy the rumours.

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