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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaked via official video

The biggest smartphone announcement of this summer is just a few days away. Ever since coloured screens entered the market, smartphones have made life so vibrant but now, life could get a whole lot more colourful with Samsung's newest devices, the Galaxy J8 and J6! Lastly, the method checks for the existence of the S Pen.

In the video, it shows that the new Note 9 will feature a golden/yellow S Pen, which will accompany the blue version of the phone. Leaks have shown a similar S Pen to previous releases but it appears that the Note 9 will bring an extra feature with it.

If you want to be pleasantly surprised don't read any further, but if you're keen to find out if the Galaxy Note 9 is worth the fuss, scroll down.

As in the FCC and WiFi Alliance documentation, the Galaxy J2 Core is listed on the Samsung website under the model number SM-J260G / DS.

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Also of note: A repositioned fingerprint sensor (now in a less stupid location below the dual lens camera housing).

The pack includes a pair of AKG headphones, a Galaxy Note 9 case, whose design will fit the phone's revamped camera and fingerprint sensor setup, a vehicle charger, an extra cable, and an additional item that has 3M branding. The two camera features AR emoji and slow-motion videos. The retail box shows the base variant of the phone that offers 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage. While it's a significant upgrade from the Note 8's 3,300 mAh battery, it remains to be seen how "powerful" or long-lasting it truly is. The file contains a series of checks to stop unauthorized devices from running the game and it looks like the newly-announced Galaxy Tab S4 will also be able to run the game when it launches. In the meantime, all we can do is wait for August 9th when Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 9 to the world. Its shipments dropped to 25% as compared to the same period a year ago owing to drop in shipments of Galaxy S9 handsets against Galaxy S8 in 2017.



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