It's been a tradition for the South Korean tech giant to unveil next-gen phones and new products during Unpacked events. The screen will likely be a little bigger, but keep the same resolution - and the Galaxy S9+'s screen is fantastic still no matter what. That image gave us an idea the Note 9 S Pen will be new. Yes the screen is nearly as big, but the GS9+ is missing the feature that makes the Note name so important to people: the S Pen.
Price: Rs 9,999 and Rs 10,999Both Lenovo's devices comprise of a 5.20-inch touch screen display.
In just over a month we'll see the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 announced on stage in NY, and we already know a lot about the phone. Actually, we have conflicting reports and were confused for a time.
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Both benches emptied and the brawl spilled over to the sidelines, where Australia's Nathan Sobey was hit with a flying chair. An ugly brawl has marred Australia's 89-53 Fiba World Cup qualifying win over the Philippines in Manila.
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Finally, a huge battery again Ever since the Note 7 fiasco, Samsung dialed it back a bit in terms of trying to stuff massive batteries in tiny, tiny smartphones. It runs Android 8.1 Oreo (Go Edition) as expected but with December's security patch. Then again, it won't be early because of one small, last minute change-some parts design is being changed to reduce the thickness of the device by 0.5mm. It is powered by 1.4GHz quad-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 425 processor and comes with 2GB of RAM. Well, this is what we know thus far. The release will probably be late August which is about two weeks after the August 9 launch. Or to be more precise, long after the tablet boom has come and gone, is it even possible for people to feel anything more than mild satisfaction when it comes to the release of new flagship tablets? According to some rumors, the Galaxy Note 9 might have a version with 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of storage. However, that did little more than confirm the device exists.
Whether to grab a now available phone or wait for a new model to be released is a constant debate, but it's never more heated than when we're talking about Samsung flagships. We have to wait and see if Samsung will upgrade other aspects of the tablet as well. This connectivity should allow Samsung to integrate more features into the stylus; overcoming the limitations of the Wacom technology that it's been relying on until now.