Latest Leaks Reveals The Pricing Of The Galaxy Note 9

As we already know everything about Samsung Galaxy Note 9 as Samsung finally announces the next generation flagship phone in just two days. It looks like Galaxy Note 8, but above and below the beautiful Infinity display on the phone. We know that the specifications are improved not only for all components of Samsung’s Galaxy S9+ but also for Galaxy Note 8.

Just before the launch, a new leak came online, and the price of the device was revealed. Tipster Roland Quandt revealed that the cost of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 128 GB version is 900 euros and the 512 GB version is 1100 euros. On the other hand, in the US, the 128 GB and 512 GB versions will cost $ 950 and $ 1,150 respectively. Leaked price shows that Galaxy Note 9 will be more expensive compared to Galaxy Note 8.

According to previous rumors, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be a little bigger this time with a 6.4-inch display. Last year, Galaxy Note 8 introduced the 6.3-inch Infinity Edge display. It was also revealed that a leak caused the fingerprint sensor to be placed under the dual camera setting. Changing the position of the fingerprint sensor prevents the lens of the camera from being accidentally touched.

Galaxy Note 9 has 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of internal memory, 8 GB of RAM, 256 GB of internal memory, 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal memory. There is also support for microSD card to further increase storage capacity. This device is said to be supported by a 4000 mAh battery that promises to provide 2 days of spare batteries and 25 hours of continuous video playback.

Apart from this, since the new S pen comes with Bluetooth support, the user can control the music playback using the S pen and can also function as a camera self-timer.

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