If your phone has a heart rate monitor, which is basically any Samsung flagship from the Galaxy S5 onwards, it can take advantage of that, too. The Galaxy Note 9 will arrive in both Exynos 9810 and Snapdragon 845 SoC variants, while it will include 6GB of RAM, nearly certainly.
In the video we see the basic design of the phone.
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The Samsung video starts off by touting the power of the Galaxy Note 9. Samsung's video points out that true data hoarders can also add a 512GB SD card, for a total of 1TB of storage.
There's not much left to know about the Note9, but Samsung will confirm everything officially on August 9. Moreover, there's a dual-camera with a fingerprint sensor placed in the centre, beneath the cameras.
Samsung accidentally leaked the Galaxy Note 9 again
The leaked retail box hints at 4,000mAh battery with wireless charging and fast charging features. A fresh report now confirms that the smartphone would come with a headphone jack. The one design change is a reworked fingerprint reader placement, which was panned previous year for being too hard to reach.
Lastly Samsung advertises "all-day battery" with the new phone.
When will the Galaxy Note 9 be released?
The Galaxy Note 9 will be launched at Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event next week, but countless leaks and rumours over the past few months have already hinted at most of the features of the upcoming phablet.
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.