As per the newest leak, the Galaxy Note 9 S-Pen has been leaked in its blue and gold avatar, which is kept next to Note 8's iteration of the stylus for comparison. Notably, the images do not reveal anything about the specifications of the Galaxy Note 9 variants. Separately, a leaked image has been spotted on the internet showcasing the Galaxy Note 9 S Pen stylus compared with the Galaxy Note 8 stylus.
Moreover, another rumor suggests that the Galaxy Note 9 will be capable of shooting 960fps video for 0.4 seconds which is twice as long as the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus - 0.2 seconds. Converted from Indonesian rupiah, $935 and $1,215 seem to be what Samsung will be asking for the Note 9, depending on whether you'll go for the 128- or 512GB variant, which seem to be the two flavors for 2018. Notably, there is no mention of a 64GB or 256GB model of the handset.
The poster also shows blue and pink variants, and notes that black is an option as well. Of course, you can do all the conversions you want, but it will still be up to Samsung to decide the pricing policy for each region, depending on the market, demand, and other factors.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to come with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 processor coupled with up 8GB of RAM.
According to SamsungMobile.News the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will feature a significantly improved heat dissipation system with "almost half of the right side of the device covered with copper tubes". This is close to what was previously suggested.
The price details, even though unofficial, indicate that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may be costlier than last year's Galaxy Note 8.