Galaxy Note9 name confirmed by Samsung for its 'most powerful phone yet'

Nichole VegaAug 03, 2018

Unsurprisingly, the video has since been taken down by Samsung but the full video can be viewed at the source link below but, of course, nothing is absolutely certain until all is revealed on August 9th. On top of the onboard storage, the Galaxy Note9 will also support up to a full 1TB of additional storage via microSD.

Someone hasn't quite figured out how YouTube works down in New Zealand. However, the most interesting highlight of the latest leak is that the 512GB variant of the Galaxy Note 9 has now been confirmed. The Note 9 is set to be the most-expensive smartphone of the country.

Hours ago, Samsung's New Zealand channel posted the Galaxy Note 9 intro video that reveals key details as well as the device and we're still a week from its reveal. The page, first spotted by Evan Blass, reads, "Say hello to superpower" and invites customers to preorder and be "one of the first to experience it".

Further, in the Galaxy Note 9 video, Samsung showcases a Yellow-coloured S Pen.

Interestingly, the Note 9 will supposedly come with "all-day" battery life too, but the video didn't state the exact capacity of the phablet's battery. In the video, though not mentioned explicitly, we could see a 512GB microSD card being inserted. Moreover, there's a dual-camera with a fingerprint sensor placed in the centre, beneath the cameras.

The pre-order poster has been leaked from Indonesia and the prices mentioned are of two variants; the base model and the up-specced variant. The 128GB variant of the Galaxy Note 9 will sell for MYR 4,299 (roughly Rs. 72,300) while the 512GB model will sell for MYR 5,099 (roughly Rs. 85,800).

Related Articles:



« Previous article
Next article »


Popular Pages

Smoke-Free Housing to Take Effect at All Federal Public Housing Units
The ban does not apply to e-cigarettes, snuff and chewing tobacco, although there may be restrictions on those in some areas. The new national mandate will bring the remaining 940,000 HUD housing project in line with the 228,000 already smoke-free.

Trump rallying Florida voters behind DeSantis for governor
He also pushed for stricter voter identification laws, a cause that is broadly popular among Trump's conservative base. Frustrated by what he calls Democratic obstructionists, his agenda would face less resistance with more GOP victories.

Interest Rates: What The Rise Means For Your Household
Cheaper mortgage deals in recent years have also encouraged people to lock in promotional rates. It is very unlikely and investors certainly do not expect another rise for about a year.

Pompeo: North Korea has ‘a ways to go’ to denuclearize
It has taken longer than Washington had hoped, but a USA state department official says the process so far has been smooth. In a solemn ceremony, Vice-President Mike Pence was in Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, to receive the 55 coffins.

Seattle judge blocks release of blueprints for 3D-printed guns
A federal law passed in 1988 - crafted with NRA support - bars the manufacture, sale or possession of an undetectable firearm. President Trump weighed in via Twitter , saying: "I am looking into 3-D Plastic Guns being sold to the public".

National Archives: We can't produce all Kavanaugh docs until end of October
The documents could be produced earlier via a separate source: the Bush presidential library, which is conducting its own review. Republicans have been hesitant to request those records, however, and have accused Democrats of engaging in stalling tactics.

Murray gets set for hardcourt return in Washington Open
Andy Murray was triumphant in the first round of the Washington Open, but made hard work of beating world No 77 Mackenzie McDonald .

Tesla gains, US$1 trillion Apple lift Nasdaq
It did not reach the $100 billion mark until May 2007, but five years later the technology giant reached a value of $500 billion. The stock has been rising since Tuesday when it reported better than expected results for the three months to June.

Israel says Assad back in charge, Syrian front likely to be quieter
A Syrian offensive in the country's south has resulted in IS-affiliated groups scattering in the area, Conricus said. The peacekeeping mission was halted in 2014, over security concerns, amid the violence in Syria's civil war.

That’s trillion with a T-Apple hits market value of $1 trillion
But this isn't another tale of Apple's impossible-to-believe profit power, because Apple isn't the powerhouse that it used to be. Apple took advantage of that break to bring back virtually all of its overseas cash, triggering a $38 billion tax bill.