Samsung’s definitely starting to tease the next Galaxy Note. The company has a long history of teasing its fans and keeping its excellent position alive.
After a series of reports and leaks, Samsung has officially announced that they would be hosting the Unpacked event on the 9th of August, 2018. This event would reveal the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, along with a host of new improvements. There’s no doubt that Samsung would be unveiling the Note 9. Based on the video they released today, it seems like the Note 9 could come in gold/blue color as well for those enthusiasts.
We personally we’re confident about how true the fanmade renders were. Therefore we didn’t publish it here. However, these fanmade renders are lining up too regarding the colors Samsung would offer with the Note 9.
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Based on the leaks and rumors we’ve been reporting of since the past month or two, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is said to bring massive camera improvements to catch up with the competition, as well as bring some massive improvements to its battery size. Indeed the rumors and leaks were true regarding when Samsung is revealing the Note 9. Since we aren’t personally expecting massive changes to its design over its predecessor, the Note 8, we’re confident that the improvements that the Note 9 would bring to the table should be enticing enough for an upgrade.
Since the design won’t be taking much of an overhaul, we could expect the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to feature similar dimensions as the Note 8. However, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could also end up being a bit thicker. Given the reputation of the leak, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is slated to pack a 4000mAh battery.
Regarding specs, we won’t be expecting Samsung to give much of an overhaul on that front either. We’d say that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would pack the same internals as the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. However, reports also suggested that the Korean market is slated to receive a 512GB variant of the device which is a complete killer for a smartphone.
Regarding pricing, I wouldn’t be surprised to see Samsung, yet again, price the Note 9 at around the US $1000 mark. It seems like Apple and Samsung have created a new breed of “ultra-premium” flagships that are usually a step above compared to their usual lineup of flagships. Personally, I can’t wait for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Now that that’s official, we should see the full images of the flagship leak online as we dive deeper into 2018. Exciting times ahead for Samsung enthusiasts indeed.