Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 Listed On Samsung’s Official Support Site

Samsung definitely has a ton of hype surrounding the launch of the Note 9. The South Korean giant has officially announced some keen details about the reveal event last month. Since then, Samsung has been pretty quiet about the topic, but everyone knows for sure that the leaks would keep coming.

Recently, it seems like Samsung has listed the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on their site. Based on the webpage, it seems like Samsung is trying to keep the phone’s teasers for another date. The webpage contains instructions helping users to setup their phone and do all sorts of stuff. However, there wasn’t any image or picture of the Note 9 peaking out anywhere apart from the mention on Samsung official website.

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It clear by now that predicting what Samsung could be coming up with at the Unpacked event next month. Based on what we’ve reported so far, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is said to pack a 20% larger battery, a much improved camera setup, a re-positioned fingerprint scanner and a host of funky colors that would go along with it.

As usual, we’re expecting Samsung to officially retail the device at around the $999 mark yet again due to how the tides are shifting for the Korean giant. Whether it would be a reasonable upgrade for Note 8 owners could only be justified by what Samsung actually adds to the phone and how much more practical the Note 9 gets. Since rumors have said that Samsung could be adding some special commands and features to the S-Pen, I think that its definitely time for Note 5 users to upgrade.

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All we have to wait for now is for Samsung to officially start teasing the device officially on their social media outlets later this month. I personally can’t wait to see what Samsung has in store when they reveal the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 at the Unpacked event on August the 2nd.

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