The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is all set to be launched at an event in New York City on August 9, and will be the most powerful and feature-filled Samsung smartphone yet. Samsung has also established a tagline: "Battery can't keep up?" Now it looks like a true tech giant is readying a gaming smartphone - Samsung.
Another shows a user being unable to download a large video file sent by email. If you do pre-order the phone, the source says you'll get between $100 and $150 of V-Bucks to use in the game. "A lot can change in a day" is the tagline for the video, and it ends with the date August 9, which is when the firm is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 9.
The company is also said to have enhanced the ISOCELL technology for Galaxy Note9's camera, in addition to enhanced Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) and variable aperture (F1.5-F2.4) to capture high-quality pictures in low-light. It is the leaked Galaxy Tab S4 firmware that unveiled the Bluetooth capabilities of the Note 9's (and Tab S4's) upcoming S-Pen. Compared to the 3300mAh battery inside last year's Galaxy Note series smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung appears to have increased the battery capacity significantly.
Maybe Samsung's new Galaxy S9 refined Infinity Display isn't all it's meant to be in terms of durability.
Samsung has put a plastic overlay window on its flexible OLED panel that will allow it to withstand 1.2-metre drops with no damage.
Samsung has always been rumored to be making a folding phone, now known as the Samsung Galaxy X, and it looks like the handset might land in the first half of 2019, yet we might get a folding phone from Huawei even sooner. Were you thinking of picking a Galaxy Note 9 up anyway, and has this made your mind up for you?
A business laptop with 3 screens?
But will a wide variety of devices actually be supported?