Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Retail Box Leaked Revealing Key Specs and Features

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Retail Box Leaked Revealing Key Specs and Features

These extras will be only available for those who pre-order Galaxy Note 9. Well, like lots of different things, there is always a catch.

With Samsung DeX, you can open multiple desktop-style windows for your Android apps, including the Microsoft Office suite, directly on the Galaxy Tab S4, and re-size them when needed. The design will remain similar to the iPhone X, with slim bezels and a display notch.

A leaked image of the retail box for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has revealed the specifications of the smartphone ahead of the launch later this week. Further, The Bell reported that Samsung could incorporate a fingerprint-on-display (FOD) scanner on its 2019 models.

Samsung is just days away from launching the new Galaxy Note 9. If you're interested in watching the live stream, head over to Samsung's YouTube channel, but if data is at a premium we'll be live tweeting all the details for the latest Galaxy Unpacked event, so be sure to follow. The Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 was apparently launched a few weeks back in the US. We're expecting a 4000mAh battery inside of the Galaxy Note 9, up from the smaller 3300mAh battery which should provide the "powerful all-day battery" that Samsung is teasing. The imaging aspects are said to include a dual-camera module at its rear with 16MP and 24MP sensors and an 8MP selfie camera. Furthermore, they feature a storage capacity of 32GB, which is expandable to up to 256GB, and a 3GB RAM memory.

The advanced front camera of the Galaxy J8 (16MP f1.9) and J6 (8MP f1.9) feature the ideal everyday mobile cameras, so that amateur photographers can create lovely shots anytime.

What's freakish is that Samsung is the world's largest memory maker for a smartphone which contradicts its decision to roll out a smartphone with less internal storage and flexibility of expanding the same via microSD card which Samsung has been following for a few years now. It is powered by a 2,600mAh battery and is a low-priced device from Google's Android Go program.

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