Samsung will officially launch the Note 9 on August 9th, at an Unpacked event in NY.
The video also tell us that not only is Samsung planning a 512 GB Galaxy Note 9, but the phone will also support a 512 GB microSD card. While the phone is not yet available for pre-order, Samsung did yesterday launch a page which allows you to reserve your place in line for pre-ordering the Note 9. Of course, the video also showcases the redesigned S Pen, though not much info was revealed.
Excited still? Will there be any surprises come next Thursday?
Samsung just hasn't been able to keep a lid on it lately, giving fans their first look at the tentative Galaxy Watch just last month. Yes, the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leak shows hefty prices for 128 GB and 512 GB, models. The one design change is a reworked fingerprint reader placement, which was panned past year for being too hard to reach.
The video gives us a look at the "all new powerful" S Pen, but there's no mention of the Bluetooth functionality we heard about in previous rumors. This includes a headphone jack, a USB-C port, dual rear cameras and a rear fingerprint sensor.
The Galaxy S8update mentions something about turning on Game Launcher and "using more Samsung gaming services".
KitGuru Says: I would have thought an unprecedented 8GB of RAM in a smartphone would count as a unique selling point, which leads me to believe that the Galaxy Note 9 will likely stick to the tried and tested 6GB RAM model.
The administration's rule aims to preempt California's Clean Air Act (CAA) waiver and argues that it should be pulled entirely. But Trump's EPA said the efficiency rules drive up vehicle prices, keeping many people in older, less safe cars and trucks .
Though Mars is closest to the Earth in 15 years is a phenomenon for our generation, it is nowhere as big a deal as it was in 2003. Now that we've gotten all of that out of the way, what does this mean for you, the novice astronomer or general sky-watcher?
More 58 constituencies are yet to be declared, but ZANU-PF only needs 140 seats to the garner the 2/3 majority in Parliament. The European Union observer mission said "a truly level playing field was not achieved" in Zimbabwe's election.
The government said the draft was not meant to drive people out and those struck out of the list would have a chance to reapply. Chairman M Venkaiah Naidu assured Mr Sharma that he would look in to the matter after the debate ob NRC is concluded.
He coached at Florida one more season and quit again, this time saying he wanted to devote more time to his wife and children. Urban Meyer was introduced as the "Breakfast Coach" for Ohio-based Bob Evans restaurants bright and early just four days ago.
At this crucial time, I call on everyone to desist from provocative declarations and statements. "We have won this one together". Mr Chamisa has won most urban centres. "A lot of the protesters I've spoken to say, 'We don't need to see any more".
He was moved into house arrest last month for health reasons, but US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo said this was not enough. Sanders said the officials played "leading roles" in the arrest and detention of 50-year-old Andrew Brunson.
That resulted in a leak of toxic hypergolic propellant, but no damage to the hardware and no injuries to the test team, he said. In speeches, he's fond of predicting that the first person to step foot on the Red Planet will get there in a Boeing rocket.
The trilateral infrastructure partnership was created to increase peace, stability and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific, she said. Pompeo made this announcement at the Indo-Pacific Business Forum at the U.S.
Thomas Markle spoke to the Mail On Sunday this past weekend and had a few choice words for his daughter and her new in-laws. Hot tip - speaking poorly about Meghan and the Royals to the press isn't going to help either of those situations.
Google may help China censor sites
In the first half of 2018, China's national internet regulator shut down or revoked the license of more than 3000 websites. Beijing bans outright criticism of the government and mention of sensitive terms such as the Tiananmen Square massacre .
Trump receives new letter from Kim Jong Un
Experts say that the painstaking identification process could take anywhere between days to decades to complete. Last Friday, . coinciding with the anniversary of the signing of Armistice Agreement , .
Tesla claims record revenue of $4B in Q2 2018
We believe its because the company has scaled down its level of ambitions for expensive and exotic automation production-aids. As of April, some 23% of reservation deposits for the Model 3 were refunded, according to Second Measure .
North Korea is working on new missiles
The meeting also saw officials discussing matters involving relations between North and South Korea, as well as regional issues. Indeed, the commitments regarding its nuclear weapons program were so vague as to be nearly meaningless, in my view.
Iran Is Unenthusiastic After President Trump Suggests A Meeting
President Donald Trump said here on Monday that he is ready to meet with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani without preconditions . The U.S.'s negotiating partners have been seeking to shore up the agreement and its restrictions on Iran's nuclear program.
Hunt for cathedral raiders who seized Sweden's crown jewels
Two men reportedly lifted them from locked glass boxes and made their getaway in a speedboat waiting at a nearby waterway. The cathedral was closed today, and a grassy area by the jetty was cordoned off as police inspected the ground for clues.
HHS officials warned against family separations
Tuesday's hearing also brought renewed calls from Democrats for the resignation of Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen. For now, the probability of a funding lapse remains low, despite Trump stirring the pot this weekend with a tweet.
Trial Begins for Trump’s Ex-Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort
But Manafort, according to prosecutors, hid the existence of his offshore accounts from his own tax preparers and bookkeepers. Paul Manafort faces 18 criminal counts, including bank fraud, and could face up to 30 years in jail if found guilty.