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13 July 2018, 06:42 | Jodi Jackson
This could be our best look yet at the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and new S Pen
We're assuming the Note 9 will arrive as described the past months. Also, the fact that Ice Universe, a well-known Samsung leaker, posted it on Twitter is one more reason to trust it.
It appears the Note 9 will keep the centralized USB-C port, headphone jack and a slot for the S Pen to slide into.
Samsung's much awaited "Galaxy Note 9" that is set to be unveiled in NY on August 9 has reportedly received approval from Chinese certification agency TENAA under the name "SM-N600". Samsung made some big changes on the S9 lineup as both the devices are the first of their kind to feature variable aperture rear cameras. As for market availability, at least in South Korea, the Galaxy Note 9 will roll out on August 24 which is only two weeks after the official announcement. The leaked poster further reveals a purple colour version of the alleged Galaxy Note 9 with an S Pen stylus in gold colourway placed on top. The new S Pen is supposed to pack Bluetooth connectivity and a battery of its own.
The source site claims that a Samsung employee who was present at a recently held pre-briefing of the Galaxy Note 9 has revealed that its base model features 6 GB of RAM and a native storage of 128 GB. According to Korean media, the launch will follow very closely and nearly a month earlier than it did with the Galaxy Note 8 a year ago.
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