The information has been substantiated by a leaked Galaxy Note9 Value Pack retail box that includes the aforementioned AKG headphones along a auto mount (including a vehicle charger and long cable) for the phone. Samsung's S9 and S9+ from earlier this year looked nearly exactly like the previous-generation models, and they didn't offer any compelling new features. The short video clip that can be seen below appears to be part of the company's message that the Galaxy Note 9 will make smartphone batteries dying during gaming sessions a thing of the past. In fact, a leak just yesterday likely revealed all the little secret details that were left. The Bluetooth S Pen will allow you to control the camera (as previously leaked) but also it will allow you to control presentations, control apps with the "fine tip and 4096 pressure levels".
Samsung had high hopes when it released the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ earlier this year.
According to last week's leak, the upcoming device will have 3.5-mm headphone jack. This piece of information has been reaffirmed by an image of Galaxy Note 9 Value Pack retail box shared by Dutch site Techtastic.
Images Quandt published also showed the Note 9 in its four alleged colour schemes - Midnight Black, Metallic Copper, Ocean Blue and Lilac Purple.
This probably isn't the ideal time to buy a Galaxy Note 8 since Samsung is just about to reveal its new Note series phablet, but there are probably a lot of customers who can't afford to purchase the new flagship at launch.
Apparently you'll also be able to get 30 minutes of use from the S Pen with just a 40 second charge, and will be able to use the Pen to switch camera modes with a double tap of a button on it. It is doubtful Samsung will change that strategy anytime soon. This report reiterates what we've heard in the past regarding specs, including that there will be two variants of the Galaxy Note 9: The base model will feature 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage, while the other will boast 8GB of RAM and 512GB of built-in storage.
BOGO deals pop up all the time, but investing in such an offer right out of the gate is clearly an effort to boost sales volume.
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