Samsung Galaxy Note9 is unpacking on 9 August

Samsung Galaxy Note8

It’s a little earlier in the month than usual, nonetheless… Samsung’s flagship Galaxy Note9 will be unpacked on 9 August 2018. The South Korean tech giant teased in a tweet “Change is coming August 9th 2018. Can you keep up? #Unpacked.”

As with all Note series models, it’s all about the stylus. Samsung again shows of its crown jewels in the teaser video. What’s interesting though is the colourway of the S Pen. Yellow-gold? I can’t quite make it out. Based on the brief video, there doesn’t seem to be a huge change to the design of the S Pen, though.

So, what’s the big change? Will it be enhanced functionality? Will it be a whole new range of colours for the device? It’s still early days although I’m half expecting leaks to start appearing on the interweb soon.

The current Note8 is the best-looking Note yet, so the question is: will Samsung be attempting a radical new design or merely enhancing the current look?

It is rumoured that the Note9 may incorporate an on-screen fingerprint sensor like the vivo X21 or NEX.

The current Note8 (64GB) was launched at a retail price of MYR3,999 in Malaysia, so we may be looking at a similar price point for the base model.

Stay tuned for more updates soon.

For everything Galaxy Note9, head over to this page.

Source: Samsung

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