We're assuming the Note 9 will arrive as described the past months.
That's because the invite and Twitter posting thereof showed a bright yellow S Pen. Take a look below for more details.
There is nearly a sense of urgency in Samsung's timetable for the Galaxy Note 9. We're expecting the bare minimum external changes on the device, save for this that are necessitated either due to a usage issue or hardware constraints.
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Leaker Ice Universe has tweeted a photo purportedly showing off Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 9. Apart from the repositioned fingerprint scanner, the Note 9 is likely to sport the same design as the predecessor Note 8. While we've heard rumors of a stylus upgrade prior to almost every Note launch, this time reports are a bit more specific. As for market availability, at least in South Korea, the Galaxy Note 9 will roll out on August 24 which is only two weeks after the official announcement. As we get closer to Samsung's Unpacked press conference on August 9th, we're bound to see even more Note 9 leaks... like this one.
The source site claims that a Samsung employee who was present at a recently held pre-briefing of the Galaxy Note 9 has revealed that its base model features 6 GB of RAM and a native storage of 128 GB. The device will release on August 24th in the country, so expect the USA release to take place before or on the same date.