Samsung has already sent out invites to its Unpacked event (This is what Samsung usually calls its mobile launch events), complete with a close-up of a yellow/gold S Pen and button.
The game will go as far as checking whether the device is compatible with Samsung's S Pen, though it's unknown if that's merely a method to block out non-Samsung devices or if the title will actually make use of its features.
Perhaps the most significant improvement to the Galaxy Note 9 will be its stylus, also known as the S Pen. Buyers can also avail discounts on Galaxy On8 (2018) upto Rs 14,150 on exchange for an old smartphone. However, a new report from tipster IceUniverse suggests next year's Galaxy S10 smartphone might likely bear a design similar to the Galaxy S9.
Leaked image is said of the Galaxy J2 Core. Note 9 won't have an under-the-display fingerprint scanner as it was earlier believed. Furthermore, they feature a storage capacity of 32GB, which is expandable to up to 256GB, and a 3GB RAM memory.
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Whether or not Samsung will be bundling the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy Watch locally when the pair are available is not known yet.
The Galaxy On8 is equipped with a dual rear camera setup with 16-megapixel sensor with f/1.7 aperture and a 5-megapixel secondary sensor with f/1.9 aperture. It will be able to record super slow-motion videos in 960fps. While it's a significant upgrade from the Note 8's 3,300 mAh battery, it remains to be seen how "powerful" or long-lasting it truly is. Much is known about the handset thanks to the numerous leaks that just keep better and better as we near its official launch.
Samsung and Epic Games seem to have gone into a partnership for circulating the latter's new title in all of the former's devices. In the meantime, all we can do is wait for August 9th when Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 9 to the world.
The company attributed the sluggish performance to the weak sales of the Galaxy S9, along with increased marketing expenditures.