As for the camera we're getting the same horizontal dual camera layout as the Note 9, albeit with a fingerprint scanner below the lenses.
The Galaxy Note 9 128 GB will be the easiest to find. You can have both for $99.
It has a 6.4-inch screen, the largest it's ever produced. Verizon, AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, and US Cellular will all carry the Note 9.
For the full Samsung Galaxy Note 9 early verdict picture, be sure to head on over to TechRadar right now for Matt Swider's comprehensive hands-on review. That's relevant because while the software is similar now, the Note 9 will nearly certainly be supported with updates for longer. The updated S Pen now includes Bluetooth, letting users control their camera, presentations, and other apps like YouTube and Snapchat with their S Pen wirelessly - much like the Surface Pen. While this is great for hot desking situations, it isn't as flexible for moments where you just need to project something for a meeting. The cheapest Note 9 will be the 128 GB version, priced at $999.99. This is a feature that lets you hook your phone up to a monitor for a PC-like experience.
As for the Galaxy Note 9 512 GB, that won't be offered on every carrier.
Today is the day Samsung gets to confirm all the rumours and leaks, showing us the Galaxy Note 9 at the Galaxy Unpacked Event.
Oh, and if you were wondering how the in-app purchases will work, well, they look to be tied to your Samsung account.
South Korean tech giant Samsung is going to take the wraps off its 2018 flagship phablet - Galaxy Note 9 - at an event to be held in NY. While not top-end any more, they're still very much in the upper echelons.
The new Note will support up to 1 terabyte of memory - it will have a 512 gigabyte version that will support an additional 512 GB memory card - the source said, making Samsung the first major smartphone maker to sell a 1TB phone. The base variant is expected to feature 6GB RAM+128GB internal storage.
Samsung has borrowed from the Galaxy S9 for the camera on the Note 9, which means it should be an upgrade on the Note 8's snapper. It has the same Samsung-made Exynos 9810 chipset, a slightly larger 6.4-inch 2960 x 1440 Super AMOLED Infinity Display, a 12MP + 12MP dual-camera system with dual OIS, as well as an 8MP front-facing shooter.
Can optimize shots by recognizing subjects and improving color and other characteristics automatically.
The Galaxy Note 8 also has a dual-lens camera, but there's no variable aperture here.
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