Samsung Galaxy Note9 might arrive as early as August 9th.
A new Bloomberg report, citing reliable sources, suggests that the Samsung Galaxy Note9 might launch on August 9th this year. Besides, the report says that the incoming device could be an iterative upgrade over last year’s Galaxy Note8. Though the Note8 may not feature a ground-up redesign, we expect it to come with slimmer bezels than its predecessor. Not a big deal, though!
The report also confirms that the Galaxy Note9 will feature a better processor — presumably Snapdragon 845, and a revamped camera. It’s worth noting that the new phablet is coming two weeks earlier, as opposed to Samsung’s usual roadmap.
As for the release date, Bloomberg says that the device could be available for purchase to the consumers worldwide as early as the end of August.
- 6.4-inch Super AMOLED QHD+ display
- Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset / Exynos 9810 (based on your region) with 6GB RAM
- 64GB, 128GB, or 256GB storage
- Dual (12MP+12MP) rear camera, 8MP front-facing camera
- 3800mAh/4000mAh battery with QC 2.0 support
About two months ago, we told you that Galaxy Note9 might feature a bigger battery when compared to its forerunner. An oft-reliable leaker Ice Universe believes that it could feature a 3800 or 4000mAh battery which, of course, is a huge upgrade over the 3300mAh battery on the Note8.
As of now, there have been no reports revealing the price of the Galaxy Note9. However, if last year is any indication, an unlocked 64GB version of the upcoming Samsung phablet could cost you somewhere around $950.