Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaked Retail Box Reveals Massive 4000mAh Battery and Much More

Samsung has previously confirmed that it will launch the Galaxy Note 9 on 9 August in New York, but it has not prevented leaks from popping up. A Twitter user @dryab has shared an image that he claims is the Galaxy Note 9 box that originated from Russia. The box reveals various details about the Galaxy Note 9, including the camera, storage, and screen size. However, we can not confirm whether the packaging is genuine or not. So include all this information with a grain of salt.S

Earlier rumors claimed that the Galaxy Note 9 regarding specifications would not be much different than the Galaxy S9 +. The leaked store bin confirms that the Galaxy Note 9 will include a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with Quad HD + resolution, and you’ll also find 128 GB of storage and a massive 4000 mAh battery. Just like the Samsung Galaxy S9 +, the Galaxy Note 9 comes with two 12MP cameras, with an aperture of f/1.5 and f/2.4, together with the f/2.4 zoom lens. There is an 8 MP front camera with autofocus.

Also, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 can record super slow motion videos at 960 fps. The Note 9 is also listed for the new S Pen with “remote control.” We do not know how it works, but it can enable users to control music or take photos.

The Galaxy Note 9 would be a small upgrade compared to the Galaxy Note 8, which was launched in 2017. The telephone will be identical in appearance or function to its predecessor. The successor of the Note 8 recently leaked into a 30-second advertisement that was accidentally issued by Samsung. Perhaps the highlight of the Note 9 is the brand new S Pen stylus and 512 GB storage capacity that can further be expanded up to 1 TB with the 512 GB micro-SD card.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 makes its debut on August 9 in New York. The smartphone is expected to be priced around $1000 for its 128GB variant.

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