Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Launch date, full specifications, and features

Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Launch date, full specifications, and features

It will ship with a 6.4-inch SuperAMOLED device with 2960×1440 pixels, and the "largest Galaxy Note Infinity" display ever.

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.

Pictures of exactly that have been shared on a Vietnamese Facebook leak page, showing the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 bundled with AKG Y50 BT headphones and a case for the phone, along with expected accessories like a charger. Additionally, a leak has also suggested the features of the S Pen stylus that will reportedly also be sold standalone by Samsung. There are pictures and videos of a similar Galaxy Note 8 Value Pack that Samsung sent only to reviewers previous year. The new camera is also said to have speech bubbles that pop out if it detects an image having any imperfections such as "blurriness, eyes blinking, and hand shaking too much".

When Samsung offered freebies in the past, they were never included in the smartphone box. However, it will also give the option of fingerprint sensor and face unlock. The retail box includes the AKG headphones along with a vehicle mount. We've seen the handset leak out several different times, with the last couple of instances coming from Samsung itself. However, there is no information on the pricing.

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One of the few aspects about the Note 9 that was shrouded in mystery until now was the price - but that could all have changed today.

Samsung will also has a DeX functionality similar to Huawei's desktop mode where only a single cable is required to project your phone to a monitor.

Additionally, we know that Samsung has worked out a deal that will make its new phones the exclusive home of Fortnite on Android for up to 120 days, plus Note 9 owners will get between $100 and $150 worth of V-Bucks to spend in the game. As per a WinFuture report, the S Pen will get Bluetooth support, a feature that has been suggested in leaks multiple times.

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