New Samsung Promo Teases Galaxy Note 9 Gaming Features

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In fact, the phones launched with the highest price tags we've ever seen on Galaxy S phones, and Samsung's launch promotions were far less appealing than the promos Samsung had run in the past.

Samsung is scheduled to announce the Galaxy Note 9 in a couple of days.

With the Galaxy Note 9, it appears as though Samsung will do everything in its power to avoid making the same mistake twice. This time around Samsung is likely to launch a 512GB version of the phone, which may very well cross the $1,000 threshold.

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Approximately halfway through the 30-second ad, Samsung touts the Galaxy Note 9 as being "1TB Ready with expandable memory" and then shows a 512GB microSD card going into the smartphone, the Forbes reported on Sunday.

Expected to feature a 4000mAh battery, the phone will ship with Android Oreo with Samsung Experience 9.0 on top.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Full specifications Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will continue the tradition of large-screen with a 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with the company's "Infinity Display".

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Samsung seemingly has a number of big promotions ready for when the Galaxy Note 9 is released on August 24th. In India, Samsung sells Exynos variants of its flagship phones.

For the battery, Samsung is pushing the Note 9's battery to 4,000mAh from the Note 8's 3,300mAh - a significant upgrade, for sure.

On Thursday the South Korean tech giant is holding an Unpacked event in Brooklyn, New York where the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be revealed. However, it will also give the option of fingerprint sensor and face unlock. The Bluetooth S Pen will allow you to control the camera (as previously leaked) but also it will allow you to control presentations, control apps with the "fine tip and 4096 pressure levels".

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