Samsung Galaxy Note9 full specs leaked ahead of August 9 unveiling

Samsung Galaxy Note9 full specs leaked ahead of August 9 unveiling

Samsung has accidentally leaked details about its upcoming Galaxy Note 9 after posting a pre-order page for the smartphone on its website.

Samsung released an official image of the gadget on which it is shown from the back side. I guess we'll have to wait to see if there are some features or of the Note 9 that hasn't leaked yet. The video shows the design of Note 9 as well as hints at the new S-Pen features. The company has also posted a very brief teaser ad through the Samsung Mobile News Twitter account.

The first ever high-quality render of the Galaxy Note 9 has been by none other than renowned tipster Evan Blass. The Tab A also makes do with a 3 GB RAM along with 32 GB of storage. It's also rumoured to have the same dual aperture technology, so you can adjust the amount of light getting into the lens. While the South Korean giant didn't reveal the exact price, a recent report claimed that the 128GB storage variant of this year's Galaxy Note model will debut at IDR 13,500,000 (roughly Rs. 64,400).




The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor or the latest Exynos chip, depending on the region. So now we know how the Galaxy Note 9 actually looks like and the biggest highlights courtesy of this short video, but there are many pieces missing from the puzzle. Well now, we have come across a major leak that reveals nearly everything there is to know about the Galaxy Note9 that's all set to go official next week on August 9. Recently, using the new Galaxy Note handset at a media briefing that suggested the all-new fingerprint sensor placement.

Notably too, the Tab S4 works as an Android tablet while in DeX mode, giving you two screens to work from, or it can be used as a track or sketch pad while it's connected to an external monitor.

So expect something new and not just smartphone when Samsung visits the IFA 2018 event.

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