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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 prices revealed in pre-booking advertisement

02 August 2018, 01:17 | Jodi Jackson

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A few days ago leaked renders revealed that Samsung will launch a dual wireless charger with the Galaxy Note 9. The recent speculation hints towards a leaked pricing of two of the variants of the Note 9 in the Indonesian market, along with the names of the color options they will be made available in.

A pre-order poster reveals the price if the 128 GB and the 512 GB variant of the Galaxy Note 9. This could, however simply be an oversight, or a variable that's only applicable to Indonesia.

Expected to be unveiled at Samsung's Unpacked 2018 event in NY on August 9, the phablet with its iconic stylus, will look to replicate the success of the Note 8 which was received with cheer from audiences across the globe.

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As far as the current rumours go, the Galaxy Note 9 will feature a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. Interestingly, the company is offering a free Samsung 32-inch TV with the latest device along with up to IDR 750,000 cashback and free 12-month data plan in Indonesia. While the report suggests that the Galaxy Note 9 could offer 2x longer slow-mo videos as Galaxy S9, it is still unclear whether the upcoming Samsung smartphone will be able to record footage up to the resolution of 1080p. The Flipkart listing shows that the handset is likely to have massive storage and it is also reported earlier that it will come with up to 8GB of RAM and up to 512GB storage. The smartphone may also have a 4,000 mAh battery. It will retain the Infinity Display design as seen in the Galaxy Note8, but it comes with much slimmer bezels in the top and bottom.

The device is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 in the United States and Exynos 9810 SoC in India and other global markets.

Also, the S Pen will have Bluetooth support, which would allow users to control music tracks, and volume on the phone, and many more functions, in addition to standard note-taking capabilities.



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