This means the S Pen can be used as a remote control for the Galaxy Note9. Now, it seems to have slipped up on its New Zealand sites by leaking the as-of-yet-unannounced Galaxy Note 9, with its introduction video confirming the device to be the world's first 1TB consumer handset with expandable storage. The new S Pen is also shown, described as "All new powerful S Pen", but no specifics are given.
The truth is, though, for productivity and entertainment powerhouse devices like the Note 9, having big internal storage space in the armoury is very desirable. The smartphone will have a microSD card slot as well, allowing further expansion up to 1TB. Notably, Samsung has pulled the Galaxy Note 9 video from YouTube now. We're close to the launch of the Galaxy Note 9, and if anything they've increasing in frequency - probably in an attempt to beat launch day.
After being spotted online by Sammobile, the teaser video can now be viewed at will, giving potential buyers thirty seconds of insight into the phone. The company describes the stylus as "all new powerful", It also shows its physical button being pressed. There is no clarity on whether this variant will come with 8GB of RAM.
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Samsung's Galaxy Note 9, and supposedly its Galaxy Watch are just a week away with its launch event dated Thursday August 9th. If so, hopefully Note 9 buyers will get a discount; the PNY card costs $350.
What I said recently about the OnePlus 6 rings true with Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 9; it's not good enough anymore to make a good phone with good features. All the variants will be sold by Lazada in Malaysia. The smartphone's price will start at KRW 1,094,500 (roughly Rs. 66,600) for the base model with 128GB of storage.