Samsung has decided on the date of the announcement of its new flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 9. Today Samsung has started sending out invites a Galaxy Unpacked event, which is also taking place on 9th August. It borrows Infinity Display design that are found on premium Galaxy S and Note series smartphones from the company.
In the case of the Galaxy Note 9, of course, we're not only expecting an S Pen upgrade but a general revamp to the cutting-edge of phone hardware. Although it is expected that this presentation event of Galaxy Note 9 can also be followed on YouTube. The invite has an image of the S Pen button which hints at improved S Pen functionalities to be the star of the show. It's extremely likely that we will see the same sensors featured on the Galaxy S9.
Also, chances are that Samsung will retain its fingerprint sensor feature even though many smartphone makers are ditching it. The teaser gives us a glimpse at the upcoming device, and also includes a bunch of videos featuring Bollywood actor Tiger Shroff.
The camera setup on the Galaxy Note 9 will be like the past model, yet enhanced camera details are apparently going to the smartphone.
The newly launched Galaxy J8 went on sale on Amazon.in for Rs.18,990. The device will come installed with a dual (16MP f/1.7 aperture + 5MP f/1.9 aperture) rear cameras for capturing the depth of field pictures and a 16-megapixel sensor on the front for selfies.
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It will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC (China and U.S. market) or in-house Exynos 9810 processor for other global markets. The former is said to be the worldwide variant while latter should be a dual SIM Galaxy Note 9 expected to be probably for Asia region.
Every year, Samsung has two major smartphone releases: one in the first half of the year, and one in the second half.
He was able to spend some time in the USA with a pre-production unit to evaluate the software and hardware.
While the amount of features the little tool offers is commendable, we are still waiting for Samsung to completely blow us away.