Samsung, a leading smartphone manufacturing company is all geared up for the launch of the new flagship product - Galaxy Note 9. The smartphone is expected to be launched at the unpacked event next week in New York. The Korean tech giant seems to be so much excited about the launch event that it accidentally took the pre-order page live on the official New Zealand website. However, the smartphone realised the goof up and took down the page immediately and the same was spotted by Evan Blass. Samsung accidentally also uploaded the official teaser video of the smartphone on the YouTube channel. Here's the video:-
There has been several leaked and render images of the next generation Galaxy Note device which reveals that the device will see minor changes over the predecessor. The smartphone maker has already started taking pre-registrations for the Note 9; however, the pre-orders are likely to open after the launch. Moreover, it is also speculated that the new Galaxy Note 9 phablet will be released later this month reportedly on August 24. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Accidentally Revealed Ahead of August 9 Global Launch (Watch Video).
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The rumoured specs and leaked images hints that the new Galaxy Note 9 is expected to come with 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display packed with an Exynos 9810 chipset (Snapdragon 845 for US & China) and up to 6GB of RAM. The teaser video has confirmed that the device will be made available in Coral Blue shade along with the yellow coloured stylus. Moreover, the company could also add new shades to the device to make it more appealing; however, there are no details about the same. More light on the same is expected to fall when Samsung launches the new Galaxy Note 9 on August 9. Moto Z3 Smartphone With 5G MotoMod Launched in US; Slated to Go on Sale on August 16.
The highlights of the upcoming phablet will be dual camera setup, S Pen, USB Type-C port, headphone jack, fingerprint reader and dedicated expandable memory storage up to 1TB. Also, the device will be backed with a bigger battery of 4000 mAh that will be better than the predecessor. Coming to the price-point, the company will announce the pricing as well as availability details on the launch date itself. Considering several market reports, the Korean smartphone making company could launch the next generation Galaxy Note 9 device around $1000.