Today, Samsung has officially unveiled the new Galaxy Note 9 and you can learn about all the details right ahead. The latest Note flaghsip from Samsung is its best smartphone yet. With the motto being power, the new device features a 10nm octa-core processor that clocks at 2.8 GHz. Further, Samsung has fitted in a large 4,000 mAh battery while also increasing base storage to 128GB. All in all, the Note 9 seems to be the most powerful Android device available right now. For details on Note 9 specs, availability, price and release date, you should read ahead.
Over the Note 8, the design is quite similar. The key changes that make the new Note 9 stand out include a center placed fingerprint scanner on the back, larger 6.4-inch display and new vibrant color schemes. What makes the Note so unique, on top of the exceedingly great hardware, is the S-Pen and that has been improved vastly as well. The new S-Pen now supports Bluetooth which will let users perform tasks such as controlling the camera shutter, presentation slides and more when it is out of the smartphone. For further, details read ahead.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – Technical Specifications:
Read the full technical specifications for the Galaxy S9:
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – Release Date and Availability:
For pricing, there are two major Note 9 variants. First, is the base model which will be retailing at $1,000 and carries 128GB of internal storage along with 6GB RAM. However, users can also opt for the higher end variant which comes at $1,250 and will be available with 512GB of storage and 8GB of RAM.
Pre-orders will begin on Friday, 10th of August with shipping starting at August 24th.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – Introduction Video
Here is the official introduction video for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus, detailing all new features:
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – Gallery:
Here are the official high resolution pictures of both Galaxy Note 9.
What are your thoughts about the latest Note flagship, would you be upgrading to Galaxy Note 9? Let us know in the comments!