The simple but highly elegant invites have been issued to the press outlets and technology influencers and confirm that the UNPACKED event will take place in New York City on August 9th, 2018. The launch event will take place in NY on the 9th of August.
The invite itself shows what looks to be the Galaxy Note's S Pen, at least an extreme close-up of the button on the side of the stylus. According to Sammobile, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could also come with a wireless charger having a 9 volts and 1.67 amperes input rating. As per previous reports, Samsung was planning to launch its recently unveiled ISOCELL Plus camera sensor in the upcoming Galaxy Note 9.
In the past couple of days, we have reported a lot about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy Tab S4. Judging by both Samsung's invitation graphic, and this video that accompanies the event teaser, the focus for the show will be on S Pen this time around.
As for the specifications, there will remain nearly the same as Galaxy S9 and S9+.
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Besides, sources also indicate that Samsung plans to increase the Note 9's battery to upto 4000mAh. And in even better news, the Note 9 may actually have faster charging, which is always welcome.
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Samsung Electronics is scheduled to unveil its Galaxy Note9 phablet on August 9 in NY, according to an invitation the company sent to media on Thursday. The device has been rumored to feature a 6.4-inch Infinity display without any notch at the top.
With the latest Note 9 rumours doing rounds on various online platforms, it was about time Samsung offered some sort of verification.