The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is finally here, and we've had a chance to use the new phone. The device will be up for pre-orders on August 10 in India, and will go on sale on August 22. The new phone sports a 6.4-inch QHD+ screen, the Exynos 9810 SoC and an all-new updated S
Samsung has just unveiled the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone at its Galaxy Unpacked event in New York. While the smartphone comes with a great set of features, one of the its key highlights is the new S-Pen. The handy companion to the Galaxy Note has always been known to make it easier to take notes,
Samsung has officially introduced the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone to the world today. The successor to last year s Galaxy Note 8, the new smartphone comes with refined design, new features and a bigger battery. Even though it is an incremental upgrade, there were some interesting features that Samsung has packed in the device with
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is due in a matter of hours. And in a couple of weeks from now, we'll be able to buy it too. And just as Samsung has done for all of these years, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will sport its signature stylus, called the S Pen. And if reports
Samsung has already announced that it will be unveiling the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9 in New York. There is no word on India launch date yet, but a recent teaser on Flipkart suggested that it will be available via the e-commerce portal. Now, according to a report on PCMag India, Samsung will start
Just days before the official launch event of the next flagship smartphone by Samsung, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, what seems to be the official introduction video for the Note 9 has leaked out on the internet. Similar to the last leak reported earlier today, Samsung was responsible for leaking this video as they accidentally
The launch event for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is right around the corner. And while there have been number of leaks around the device, the latest one comes courtesy of Samsung itself. The South Korean tech giant accidentally published a pre-order page for the Galaxy Note 9 on its New Zealand website. The page
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
While the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is heavily anticipated to launch on August 9 in New York, rumors have also surfaced about the company unveiling its premium tablet, the Galaxy Tab S4 at the event. It s not a big surprise as we ve already seen a handful number of leaks around the device. But
We re literally about two weeks away from the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch on August 9. So it s no big surprise that we ve been getting to see a whole barrage of rumors around the smartphone in the past few months. But while everything else has been revealed, the key specifications of the
With the launch of smartphones like Razer Phone, Xiaomi Black Shark and, Asus ROG Phone, it looks manufactures are slowly changing their focus towards offering a good gaming experience. There might only be a few players in the segment at the moment, but a recent report suggests that Samsung might soon be joining the bandwagon
As the official launch date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 approaches, the number of leaks and reports with additional details is gradually increasing on the internet. According to one of the latest leaks, the official press render of the Galaxy Note 9 along with the new S Pen has leaked out on the internet.
Hello everyone, welcome to daily news roundup where we take a look at all the important developments, announcements, rumors, and leaks that have taken places in the word of technology during the course of the day. We select the highlights of that day to inform you about things that really matter. Today was dominated by
Hello everyone and welcome to the daily technology wrap where we cover everything important that happened during the course of the day. The first day of the week brought a number of smartphone launches along with details about the upcoming devices that will hit the marker it coming months. News revolved around the smartphone industry
It is already confirmed that the Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled on August 9 in New York. Samsung giant also released a small teaser which highlights the flashy new S Pen stylus. Over the past couple of months, we have already come across a number of leaks and rumors tipping the expected specifications and
Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the next flagship smartphone touting the S Pen, will be officially announced on August 9. The South Korean giant started sending media invites for the event yesterday, and the phablet is expected to be identical to its predecessor. While the smartphone has leaked in the past revealing its design and key
Although the Samsung Galaxy S9 duo has only just launched in India, the chatter has already started regarding Samsung's second big flagship launch of every year. The Samsung Galaxy Note series is often regarded as superior to the Galaxy S-series, because of the classic inclusion of the stylus and an increased focus on productivity and
Back in 2011, Samsung launched the original Galaxy Note phablet and one of the key highlights of the device was the S Pen stylus. Styluses did exist even before the Galaxy Note series, but they worked with resistive touchscreen displays, and weren t accurate enough to let you draw on the display. The Galaxy Note
Apple could possibly bring the Apple Pencil support to iPhones next year and not keep it only for the niche iPad users. The company is reportedly working to make the input technology available on other Apple devices, a new patent suggests. Apple introduced the Apple Pencil in the year 2015 and added support to iPad Pro last year.
After teasing the possibility of three device launches on August 13, Samsung has now released a new teaser on its official blog claiming that the S Pen that is set to come along with the Galaxy Note 5 will be one of the most technologically advanced pens of all time.