As Samsung prepares for the official launch event in NY on August 9, the company last week announced the mass production of the 2nd generation LPDDR4X DRAM which is most likely to power the new Note phone. However, leaks of the alleged device are still coming in from all corners to shed more light on the design and specifications of the handset.
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".
Going by the promo, the 128GB Galaxy Note 9 will set buyers back IDR 13500000 (approx $940 or Rs 64400). The 256GB version of the Note 9 would come with a 40-inch Samsung Smart TV. A few days ago, we reported on an early first impression of the actual device and now we are getting to know what to expect in terms of pricing.
Stay tuned for more on the Galaxy Note 9 as its launch date fast approaches.
These could be the prices for Samsung's 2019 flagship phablet. "It is expected to sports a 6.4" (2960×1440 pixels) infinity display and will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC (US market) / Exynos 9810 processor for other global markets. But it's not clear that Indonesian market will see the 64GB variant or not. Though much isn't known about the stylus as of now, if leaks and Samsung's own teasers of the S-Pen are to be believed, the stylus could well end up being the defining factor of Samsung's upcoming flagship. The Galaxy Tab A2 XL is said to be backed by a 7,300 mAh battery. It is also expected to have an upgraded dual rear camera setup and a larger battery than what was found on the Galaxy Note 8.