The Network posted a promotional video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Thursday, 09 Aug, 2018

To make it all even better for those who want to know all about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 already, a retail box from Russian Federation has just surfaced online as well. Samsung will most likely confirm what we already know during the event.

The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 is a 2-in-1 Android tablet with Samsung DeX, a long-lasting battery and the S Pen.

Samsung Galaxy Note9 will be launched on 9th August and would go on sale from end of this month.

The leaked image also clearly suggests that the Galaxy Note 9 will feature the classic 3.5mm jack, dual rear cameras, a rear mounted fingerprint scanner, as well as an upgraded S-Pen stylus.

The South Korean tech giant plans to introduce the Galaxy Note 9 on Thursday in the United States.

There was a tip about exclusivity with the Galaxy Note 9 for Fortnite that was revealed a little over a week ago.

Include the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in that list.

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The new Galaxy J8 and J6 are available for purchase at all Samsung Experience stores and the Samsung Malaysia Online Store at a recommended retail price of RM999 and RM749 respectively. The smartwatch will also be equipped with an NFC module for contactless payments but it will not support Samsung's "Magnetic Secure Transmission" technology. It is coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB/256GB internal storage. The two camera features AR emoji and slow-motion videos. It provides insights such as the 4,000 mAh battery that will be housed inside the chassis of upcoming Note 9 and this is something Samsung has been advertising about with one-liners hinting towards faster battery drain in its promo videos. Also, it is reported that there will be a version of the device to 512 GB of memory.

As regards the software, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will run on Android P (why not!). The trouble is, we still don't know just when we'll be able to expect it.

The company attributed the sluggish performance to the weak sales of the Galaxy S9, along with increased marketing expenditures.