No huge surprises, then, but perhaps they're detailed in a different Galaxy Note 9 teaser?
According to CNET, Samsung has published the pre-order announcement for the Galaxy Note 9 on its website, ahead of the launch. The South Korean giant has accidentally posted a video for its upcoming flagship smartphone, alongside the S Pen stylus.
With the launch of Galaxy Note 9 on the horizon, we do hope that even if Samsung has forgotten the Note 7, it still remembers the lessons it learnt from the fiasco. Seeing how Samsung is highlighting this particular aspect in the Note 9's product video, we reckon it will sport at least a larger battery than the Galaxy Note 8's 3,300mAh cell.
DJ Koh was seen using the Galaxy Note 9 in a photograph from a media event. It tells viewers that the phone is not just powerful but "super powerful".
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The phone has been rumoured to be quite similar to Note 8 when it comes to its specifications.
The truth is, though, for productivity and entertainment powerhouse devices like the Note 9, having big internal storage space in the armoury is very desirable.
The rumors are continuing to flow regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note9, which has uncovered tidbits such as renders showing fingerprint sensor placement, its S Pen, and the possible inclusion of 512GB of onboard storage.
As per a report in SoyaCincau, spotted by Slashleaks, the price of Galaxy Note 9 has leaked. The smartphone's price will start at KRW 1,094,500 (roughly Rs. 66,600) for the base model with 128GB of storage.