Two years after the Note 7 battery fiasco which forced Samsung to recall millions of units and face major economic damages, the South Korean smartphone maker is now finally looking to bump up the battery packs in its Galaxy Note devices.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 is still a few weeks away, but we might already know how much it costs.
Stay tuned for more on the Galaxy Note 9 as its launch date fast approaches. According to the leaked pre-order poster, the Samsung Galaxy Note9 will come in two storage variants, one with 128 GB of internal storage which will be the base model and another with a whopping 512 GB of internal storage. The latest report has revealed the price of 128GB and 512GB storage editions of the Note 9. This could, however simply be an oversight, or a variable that's only applicable to Indonesia.More news: Tesla stock surges as Musk looks to make good with analysts
We're 11 days removed from the Samsung Galaxy Note 9's August 9 (August 10 in the Philippines) launch in NY.
The biggest difference between the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy Note 9 might be the S Pen. The company will be offering free 32-inch or 40-inch smart TV free, respectively, provided they pre-book the device soon after the launch.
The Galaxy Note 9 upgrade is on the battery, as it gets a massive 4,000mAh capacity.
On the rear-side, Samsung has trans-located the fingerprint sensor below the camera. "It is expected to sports a 6.4" (2960×1440 pixels) infinity display and will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC (US market) / Exynos 9810 processor for other global markets. It's known that the S-Pen will be Bluetooth enabled. Converted to USA dollars, this comes to about $930 for the 128GB variant and about $1,200 for the 256GB version.