Samsung has now already stated about the launch of Galaxy Note 9 on August 9, 2018 in New York, but leaks are not stopped from surfacing. A Twitter user with the twitter handle @dryab tweeted an image which claims to be the Galaxy Note 9 retail box. The box reveals several specific details about the Galaxy Note 9, with its camera, storage, and the screen size. However, we can’t say whether or not the image is real, so take all of this information with a pinch of salt.
Previous leaks suggested that the Galaxy Note 9 would be an iterative upgrade from the Galaxy S9+ in terms of specs. The leaked image of retail box shows the Galaxy Note 9 will feature a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display, coupled with a mammoth 128GB storage and a long-lasting 4000mAh battery. Similar to Galaxy S9+, the Note 9 will feature two 12MP rear cameras, one dual aperture f/1.5 and f/2.4, along with the 2x zoom. There is an 8MP front-facing camera with autofocus to perform selfie duties.
Also, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be capable to record super-slow-mo videos at 960fps in 720p resolution. The Note 9 is also likely to come with the new S Pen with “remote control”. We are not confirmed how it works, but it could allow users to control music or take photos.
The Galaxy Note 9 is said to be an iterative upgrade over the Galaxy Note 8, which was launched in the previous year(2017). The phone will look similar to its predecessor, be it in looks or features. The successor to the Note 8 was recently leaked in a half a minute ad that was accidentally uploaded by Samsung. Note 9 will feature its all-new S Pen and half a terabyte of storage variant which can be expanded up to 1Terabyte through the use of microSD card.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be launched officially on August 9 in New York. There are rumours that the flagship phone could launch in India anytime after 10th August at an estimated price of 72,990INR.
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