A leaked image of the retail box for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has revealed the specifications of the smartphone ahead of the launch later this week. Since there are only a few days left until the Galaxy Note 9 announcement, many of you have probably decided whether or not you want the flagship.
Both devices are also available in three colour variants - purple, black and gold to suit your personal style.
For a long time now the unique selling point of the Galaxy Note phones has been the S Pen stylus.
Samsung's IT and mobile division, which oversees the smartphone business, posted an operating profit of 2.67 trillion won in the second quarter of 2018, falling 34 percent from 4.06 trillion won tallied a year earlier. To start off, The handset will not come with a display notch, a design trend that is being widely adopted by most smartphone manufacturers these days.
As per some report, it is seen that Galaxy Note 9 will get a price tag of KRW 1,094,500 or Rs 66,600 for the 128GB model. A 12 Megapixel primary camera and a secondary 12 Megapixel camera with 2x optical zoom. We're expecting a 4000mAh battery inside of the Galaxy Note 9, up from the smaller 3300mAh battery which should provide the "powerful all-day battery" that Samsung is teasing.
Meanwhile, for those who reckon 1TB is excessive, there'll also be a 512GB version, as well as 512GB of microSD storage.
When connected to the optional Book Cover Keyboard (sold separately) or launched from the Quick Panel, the Galaxy Tab S4 powers on Samsung DeX, giving users the option to switch from the Android interface to a desktop experience.
Concerning the hardware, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may be powered by Samsung's Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor. Samsung Galaxy On8 (2018) comes with 64GB internal storage that may be further expanded upto 64GB using micro-SD card.