Samsung has officially confirmed that the company will release the Galaxy Note 9 in less than two weeks, with a launch event set for August 10 in New Zealand.
Galaxy Note 9 will debut in a Samsung Unpacked New York event on 9 August 2018. According to ET News, Galaxy Note 9 will go on sale two weeks after that on August 24 2018.
A report from WinFuture stated earlier that the pricing for the Galaxy Note 9 will start from €1,050 (NZ$1,800), for the 128GB version. The 512GB Galaxy Note 9 smartphone will reportedly cost as much as €1,250 ($NZ2,145).
However, there's been a leaked pre-order poster from Indonesia recently that claimed Galaxy Note 9 phones to cost around $NZ1,375 (128GB version) and $NZ1,780 (512GB version) both SIM-free.
The device is said to basically share the same design with its predecessor, with the back fingerprint sensor placement moved below the cameras. Of course, there will be upgraded internals, including the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, better cameras, as well as faster wireless charging.
Samsung claims that this device is all you ever need, being able to replace your tablet and even desktop experience all in one phone.
for Android might arrive as an exclusive for the Galaxy Note 9, both 9to5Google and XDA Developers have reported that Fortnite for Android might be arriving exclusively for the Galaxy Note 9 and will be available only on this device for 30 days. It will then be available for all Android devices later in September. Moreover, those who pre-order Samsung Galaxy Note 9 can get $100-$150 worth of V-Bucks for in-game purchases. If you are a big Fortnite fan, this may come as an additional bonus.