The S Pen for the Galaxy Note 9 is said to be getting a Bluetooth feature that will allow users to control a few options. Well, we've already reported about some of these promos that haven't yet been confirmed, but here is another one that's been leaked directly from the source.
The game will go as far as checking whether the device is compatible with Samsung's S Pen, though it's unknown if that's merely a method to block out non-Samsung devices or if the title will actually make use of its features. Even better, Samsung recently uploaded an official video that should not have been revealed yet, so the August 9 launch event should not come with any big surprises.
The video shows the Galaxy Note 9 and the "S Pen" stylus.
What's also interesting is that the Galaxy X, which is expected at some point in the coming months, is also rumored to be a gaming phone.
There was a tip about exclusivity with the Galaxy Note 9 for Fortnite that was revealed a little over a week ago.
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The pack includes a pair of AKG headphones, a Galaxy Note 9 case, whose design will fit the phone's revamped camera and fingerprint sensor setup, a auto charger, an extra cable, and an additional item that has 3M branding. Besides, there are rumors that the company will soon launch a smartphone running its first Android Go called Galaxy J2 Core.
If Samsung releases the 512GB edition, industry watchers said the price is expected to reach 1.35 million won (US$1,200). Apart from various ports, it also shows a dual camera, flash and fingerprint sensor. The two camera features AR emoji and slow-motion videos.
The smartphone is also rumoured to feature a curved a 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display and a larger battery of 4,000mAh. That is, the memory device is 512 GB.
As regards the software, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will run on Android P (why not!).
The event will be held live in NY but for us in Kenya we will also be able to stream it live.
2018 launched Galaxy S9 was not very well received by smartphone users.