The design of the phone is also in keeping with previous Galaxy Note 9 leaks. Specifically, we can see a 3.5mm audio jack for plugging in headphones, a dual-lens camera system, and a fingerprint sensor that is centered directly below. The same source above claims that the handset will reach consumers on August 24 and pre-orders will begin on August 9, the same day as its unveiling.
Going by Samsung's teaser posts and several leaks, one of the major innovations of the Note 9 is expected to come with a "reimagined S Pen" or stylus. Reportedly, the standard version of the Galaxy Note 9 (128 GB memory, 6 GB of RAM) will cost zł4,299, which translates to €990. That's most likely thanks to the presence of a Wacom digitizer, the S Pen, and often higher specs than the S flagship.
Even though it is not surprising since we've had series of rumours suggesting minimum changes in the Galaxy Note 9's looks, it would have been nice to see the South Korean tech giant get out of its comfort zone. While FCC listings do not reveal specifications of the device, they do mention that the smartphone will include a microSD card slot for further expansion. All these smartphones feature Infinity Display offering a large screen space. Storage could reach a maximum of 512GB. All the variants will support expandable memory via microSD cards.
"Global units will arrive with Exynos 9810 chipset, but some markets like the USA and China will stick to Snapdragon 845", the report added. A few days ago we told you that Samsung was planning to launch three different types of Galaxy S10 models next year.
That Bluetooth combined with the S Pen button could make it be used as a controller for things like the camera shutter or a TV.