While Samsung isn't taking pre-orders in New Zealand or anywhere else, you may pre-register to receive information on the "Next Galaxy" right now or wait and watch the offical release at 1am AEST on August 10 on YouTube and their website.
The smartphone major showcased teaser videos for the upcoming device last week - highlighting improved performances in terms of battery, storage capacity, and speed. The 30-second video provides a glimpse at the rear camera and flash array and the "all-new powerful S Pen", previously outed in fairly good detail by Evan Blass last week, and an all-day battery.
Samsung CEO DJ Koh was recently spotted using the Galaxy Note 9 at a media event, seemingly confirming long-standing rumours that the company's next high-end phablet would look a lot like the Galaxy Note 8 with one big difference.
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For the cameras, Samsung has brought over the dual camera setup from the Galaxy S9+, which combines two 12MP sensors.
The Samsung video starts off by touting the power of the Galaxy Note 9. As per the image, the device could be available in the Blue colour variant alongside a yellow stylus. It is possible that in India, the Note 9 will launch with similar prices, although these would be the MRPs and the market operating price (MoP) could be lower by a few thousand rupees.