What we do know is that all will be revealed on August 9 in NY at the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch event, and TechRadar will be reporting live from the unveiling to bring you everything you need to know. Ahead of the launch, details about the price of the new phone have emerged online. But since we've heard just about everything there is to know about the phone, we only need to know how much it costs to make the picture complete. Galaxy Note 8 with 64GB which had launched in India for Rs 67,900 is now available for Rs 55,000 approximately.
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As Samsung's Unpacked event on the 9th August approaches the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaks continue. In the USA, the Note 8 had launched for $929 which is approximately same as the new leaked price. Converted from Indonesian rupiah, $935 and $1,215 seem to be what Samsung will be asking for the Note 9, depending on whether you'll go for the 128- or 512GB variant, which seem to be the two flavors for 2018. We posted recently that for the first time the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will support Dex Mode ( a desktop PC experience designed for mouse and keyboard when connected to a big screen) without being placed in a dock with active fan cooling. Also, Samsung may do away with 64GB model for the new Galaxy Note 9. Notably, there is no mention of a 64GB or 256GB model of the handset. The Galaxy Note 9's stylus does appear to be more angular compared to its predecessor.
The phone is likely to come with a large QHD+ Super AMOLED display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and a larger 4,000mAh battery. This will enable the stylus to offer features that users have never expected from the S Pen before.