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). We don't know what it means, and it's also an odd thing for the company to be updating Game Launcher through a software update instead of just directly updating the app.
Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 9 at its high-profile Unpacked event in NY on August 9. We're close to the launch of the Galaxy Note 9, and if anything they've increasing in frequency - probably in an attempt to beat launch day. Above, a dual camera, flash and fingerprint sensor are clearly visible as well. In a newsletter email sent to customers in New Zealand, the Korean company gave us an extensive look at the new Note 9 - there's even a product video of the phablet. The smartphone will have a microSD card slot as well, allowing further expansion up to 1TB.
From all the renders and leaks we've seen, we can speculate with some confidence as to what the Galaxy Note 9 will look like. Who knows. Samsung has posted other revealing photos, such as the preorder page showing a headphone jack. The one design change is a reworked fingerprint reader placement, which was panned previous year for being too hard to reach. The 30-second video provides a glimpse at the rear camera and flash array and the "all-new powerful S Pen", previously outed in fairly good detail by Evan Blass last week, and an all-day battery.
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In just under two weeks, Samsung will hold an Unpacked event in New York City. The reason: This is an official launch video of the Galaxy Note 9, which is now already available on the internet.