Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Teaser Leaked By Samsung Accidentally

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Teaser Leaked By Samsung Accidentally

A video leaked on Samsung New Zealand's Youtube page is now going viral as it is an intro for the Galaxy Note 9.

During the investors-relations conference held at end-July, Samsung Electronics said it will sell the Galaxy Note 9 at a reasonable price to improve sales of its mobile division.

The video demonstrates the capabilities of the S Pen.

We previously heard that Fortnite for Android would be exclusive to the Galaxy Note 9 at launch. According to South Korean outlet, The Bell, Samsung is said to include a 3D camera on the purported Galaxy S10.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is on the way to debut on August 9 in NY. These extras will be only available for those who pre-order Galaxy Note 9.

Based on leaks and information, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will have the same glass and metal, dual design like the Note 8, and the S-pen location will be at the bottom right-hand corner. In some of the leaked promo material, a bright yellow (or possibly gold in real life) S Pen has been spotted ejecting from its slot on a blue Note 9. Besides, there are rumors that the company will soon launch a smartphone running its first Android Go called Galaxy J2 Core. Given the fact that the phablet will support a microSD card of the same capacity, available to user 1 terabyte of free space.

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"With the Galaxy Tab S4, we are introducing a premium tablet, equipped with Samsung DeX that helps consumers perform their absolute best wherever they go".

The Note 9 will also be officially unveiled on August 9.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will have a dual camera.

"This second period of exclusivity is understood to either be sixty or ninety days long - that is, on top of the thirty days for the Note 9", AndroidHeadlines explains.

All will be revealed on 9th August, with the live stream set to kick off at 17:00 local time. Though the processor is not mentioned in the box, we already know that the smartphone will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC (US market) / Exynos 9810 processor for other global markets.

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