The Galaxy Note 9 event will be held on August 9 at the Barclays Center in Brooklyn, New York. The timeframe certainly lines up. With last year's Note 8, we got the S-Pen with some nice (but not so great) features.
Samsung will be hosting a live stream for the Galaxy Unpacked event on August 9 and the Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled at this event. The upcoming smartphone has now been certified by the US FCC (US Federal Communications Commission).
Typically built for folks who like an even bigger phone made for business, the second half of the year is when Samsung launches its "Galaxy Note", a phone that delivers one size: big. Exact details are pretty thin at the moment, though one leaker called it "the biggest update" in the peripheral's history, for what that's worth.
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As for the specifications, there will remain nearly the same as Galaxy S9 and S9+. And they were right - Samsung has already teased the announcement of the next Galaxy Note device on August 9. We do know the model numbers: the SM-T835 is listed as LTE capable and so we also expect the Wi-Fi only variant to be the SM-T830. Starting from today, the Galaxy J8 is available for buying with a price tag of Rs. 18,990. Flipkart has started teasing the launch of a device, which is expected to be a part of Samsung's Galaxy On-series.
A social media teaser suggests that Samsung will unveil the next Galaxy Note device with an improved pen.
The dual-SIM (nano) J8 runs on Android 8.0 Oreo and sports a 6-inch FullHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity Display with an aspect ratio of 18:5:9. Through Samsung Mall feature, users can make use of the AI prowess of the camera to snap photos of an item and see its listings with different online retailers. As noted by Android Police, the "F" at the end of the model number is typically associated with Samsung devices launched in the European/international markets, typically equipped with an Exynos processor rather than a Qualcomm chipset.