Notably, Samsung is hosting its "Unpacked" event on August 9 in NY, where it will launch the Galaxy Note 9. The image shows the back side of the retail box of Galaxy Note9 which reveals all its specifications, leaving very little for us to imagine about this Samsung flagship. It will have a rear fingerprint scanner, a USB-C port, and dual rear cameras. Samsung is boasting an all-day battery with the Note 9 and it is expected to pack a huge 4000mAh battery.
It's just a few days more until the official launch of the brand new Galaxy Note9 - and it seems like someone can't wait for that day and decides to leak the introduction video. Finally, to wrap things up, the handset's price is likely to be around $1,000, but Samsung said in its recent earnings report that the new Note will offer "exceptional performance for a reasonable price".
Samsung also states that this S Pen is new and supposedly powerful.
In terms of benchmark scores, the Exynos SoC-powered Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has received a single-core score of 2,737, while its multi-core score reached 9,064.
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The RAM is 6 or 8 GB and internal - from 128 to 512 GB. We've also pasted it below, but it could be pulled down by the time you read this. But someone at Samsung jumped the gun and released an official intro video featuring the Galaxy Note 9, showing the complete handset and highlighting some of its biggest features. I don't know about you, but I wouldn't mind if some more of those details were released, rather than the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 details.
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The key selling point for the Note 9 is probably going to be the S Pen - and Samsung has gone all out with the included stylus this year. Companies like Samsung know how to leverage social media the and the press at large, and are believed to feed prominent leakers inside information at strategic points during a product's development.