The Galaxy S8 is also getting an update with the August patch, in addition to the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy Note 8. It is expected that the default model Galaxy Note 9 has 512 GB storage and 8GB or RAM. In the video, Samsung is seen teasing the Note 9's all-day battery life and 1TB-ready expandable memory. While we don't know pricing, Samsung itself said the price will be "reasonable," though without naming names.
Samsung also accidentally (accidentally?) posted the Note9 launch video to YouTube early, which does the usual slow pans over a phone render, revealing the device from all angles. No huge surprises, then, but perhaps they're detailed in a different Galaxy Note 9 teaser? It might also indicate that Samsung, which also makes microSD cards, will be announcing a 512GB card as well. A report has now leaked the pricing details of the Galaxy Note 9 as well. The device will be made out of metal and glass, just like its predecessor, while it will sport a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom. The one design change is a reworked fingerprint reader placement, which was panned a year ago for being too hard to reach. Numerous images already circulate on the Internet with a supposed design for this new model, many features are already known and now even real images exist, in a normal information leak.
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In just under two weeks, Samsung will hold an Unpacked event in New York City.
Samsung generally moves pretty quickly with retail availability, and we anticipate seeing the Galaxy Note 9 on shelves within a couple of weeks, but definitely before Apple does its next phone release.
China Plans Tariffs on $60 Billion of Imports to Counter Trump
The US trade deficit swelled in June by the largest amount in 19 months, reversing much of May's trade-war driven export bonanza. An all-out trade war could overshadow Trump's otherwise solid economic record of low unemployment and stimulus-fuelled growth.
Meanwhile, in a separate leak, the phone's price too has been revealed.
United States may slap China with higher tariffs, Beijing vows to retaliate
The implementation could be delayed for weeks as the administration works out the details of which products it will target. China upped the ante on Thursday in response to the Trump administration's latest move.