A promotional image for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has leaked over Twitter. Although that isn't hard seeing that there are few details shared in the image itself. There's not an bad lot of information there, except to confirm a variant of the Note 9 will feature a 4,000 mAh battery and while fast charging won't be changing, a new wireless charger with 12V input (instead of 9V in the Note 8) will be released. The fingerprint sensor is placed right below the dual rear camera sensors. The bottom retains the S Pen housing, a USB-C port, a 3.5mm headphone jack, a microphone and a loudspeaker.More news: Shearer: "The Third and Fourth Place Play-Off is utter stupidity"
Keeping up with the Samsung Galaxy Note9 hype train, someone just leaked a photo of the phablet promotional poster. That is how it is on the Galaxy Note 8 as well. The report cites that due to slow Galaxy S9 sales, Samsung is supposedly planning to start sales for its new flagship on August 24 instead of August 31.
The source site claims that a Samsung employee who was present at a recently held pre-briefing of the Galaxy Note 9 has revealed that its base model features 6 GB of RAM and a native storage of 128 GB. The image doesn't confirm anything about the new features that the Galaxy Note 9's stylus is expected to bring.