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01 July 2018, 07:01 | Cameron Gross
Samsung will probably unveil the Note 9 on August 9
Samsung has sent out press invitations for its upcoming Unpacked event, scheduled to take place on August 9 at the huge Barclay's Center in New York City. As per a teaser released by Samsung, there is going to be a launchevent for a new Galaxy device on 9 August. Aside from the increased size, there are few rumors suggesting any other dramatic changes to the phone itself, implying that the revamped S Pen could be the most revolutionary feature in the new device.
In terms of design, Samsung GalaxyNote 9 will not much differ from its predecessor. The invite has an image of the S Pen button which hints at improved S Pen functionalities to be the star of the show. And with the Galaxy S9 series already out on the market, an event as grand as this one is most probably leading to the release of the Galaxy Note 9. Here is everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The handset also supports face unlock through the front camera.
The actual invite has a minimalistic feel to it and may very well be the first time we looked at an official photo of the Galaxy Note 9.
The Galaxy Note 8, unveiled in NY a year ago, sported a dual-lens camera, animated messages, expanded note-taking, and a lower battery capacity. If you are looking something just a little more expensive, you can get the Galaxy J4 16GB variant at Rs.9,990 and the 32GB variant at Rs.11,990. The US version of the phone will be powered by a QualcommSnapdragon 845 chipset, while a global edition will be powered by the latest version of Samsung's own Exynos processor.
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