Samsung is said to launch the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9 in New York at its Unpacked event. Leading up to the launch, we’ve come across plenty of rumors that have revealed pretty much everything about the flagship smartphone, including its design, features and specifications. Now a new tweet gives us more insight on its price and color options.
The news comes thanks to a tweet from @bang_gogo, who has posted a promotion poster for the Galaxy Note 9, which also happens to carry its Indonesian pricing. The image mentions pricing for the 128GB and the 512GB storage variants of the Galaxy Note 9, which is said to be 13,500,000 (approximately Rs 64,400) and 17,500,000 (approximately Rs 83,500) Indonesian Rupiahs respectively.
— 📱 🖥️ 👶 🔍 🇮🇩 (@bang_gogo_) July 28, 2018
While the smartphone might not exactly be priced the same in other markets, it could expected to be more or less on the same lines. The poster reveals that Samsung is also offering a smart TV on purchase of a Galaxy Note 9 in Indonesia. This could mean that the company could have something similar planned for other markets as well. However, nothing can be confirmed yet. It’s also worth noting that the 256GB variant isn’t mentioned, which makes us believe that Samsung might just omit it.
Besides that, the image also showcases three color variants of the device, which are said to be Mystic Black, Engineered Blue and Artisan Copper. This is close to what was previously suggested. The image also confirms the Blue variant to come with a Yellow S Pen.
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Coming to its specifications, recent reports have suggested the Galaxy Note 9 to sport a 6.3-inch AMOLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels and an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. It is said to be powered by Exynos 9810 SoC and 6GB RAM. The smartphone is also touted to support dual 12-megapixel cameras at the back and is said to be powered by a 4,000mAh battery. The S Pen this time is also said to be Bluetooth enabled. However, these have just been gathered through rumors and we’ll just have to wait for Samsung to unveil the device on August 9.