This year, however, you may want to expect a stylus that does more, with the invites going out this week for the next Samsung Galaxy Note launch, scheduled for August 9 in the United States and translating to August 10 locally. Samsung just sent out invites for its next big event in New York City, and its beloved phablet seems all but guaranteed to show up.
As tantalizing as the Note series’ large screens and S Pen features are, perhaps Samsung has something even better in store with the successor to the Galaxy S9.
The Galaxy Note 9 to be released in exceptional design in comparison to the Galaxy Note 8. Dubbed the Samsung Gear S4, the device is expected to run the Android-based Wear OS operating system rather than Samsung’s Tizen software, which powers the current-generation Galaxy S3.
Samsung has also posted a teaser on its mobile Twitter feed, which reveals more of the S Pen.
As for the specifications, there will remain nearly the same as Galaxy S9 and S9+. The former is said to be the global variant while latter should be a dual SIM Galaxy Note 9 expected to be probably for Asia region.
Samsung launched Galaxy J8 in India last month Rs 18,990.
Samsung has begun conveying media welcomes for Galaxy Note 9 dispatch on August 9, and now the Galaxy Note 8 has begun getting rebates.
The Samsung Galaxy A6 rocks a single camera of 16MP on the rear, which has a f/1.7 aperture and autofocus. The smartphone comes with a 6-inch full-HD+ Super AMOLED “Infinity display” with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Users who are interested can watch the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 live stream at the following links: https://news.samsung.com/in/.
We’re hoping this time around the Note 9 has a few more substantial updates.
Purported benchmarks suggest the Note 9’s exact chipset could be a Snapdragon 845 and and Exynos 9180, paired with 6GB of RAM. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will have a major upgrade in terms of battery and native storage as compared to its previous iteration, Galaxy Note 8.