Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Price Confirmed via Promotional Posters


Samsung is all set to launch its latest flagship smartphone – the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 next week an event in NYC. There have been numerous leaks and reports are continuously coming from all corners. The latest report coming from Indonesia, where the smartphone was listed for pre-order, revealing its price as well as some of its colour variants.

As per the leaked Poster,  the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 128GB variant will be priced at IDR 13,500,000 ($940/ Rs. 64,400 approx.) and the  512GB variant cost IDR 17,500,000 ($1,215/ Rs. 83,500 approx.) For everyone pre-ordering the device between August 1 and August 9, there are plenty of freebies like a Samsung Smart TV, up to IDR750,000 cashback and free 12-month data plan. Notably, the images do not reveal anything about the specifications of the Galaxy Note 9. It will be made available in Artisan Copper, Engineered Blue, and Mystic Black colour options.

As per earlier rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to come with pretty much the same specs as the Galaxy S9+. It is expected to sports a 6.4” (2960×1440 pixels) infinity display and will be powered by Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 SoC (US market) / Exynos 9810 processor for other global markets. It will feature 6GB/ 8GB of RAM with 64GB/ 128GB/ 256GB of internal storage. There will be a 512GB storage variant as well which is earlier said to be limited to China only, but the above leaked poster confirmed that the 512GB variant will be available in other markets as well. The smartphone will also reportedly support Bixby 2.0 and will be fuelled by 4000mAh battery. The S Pen stylus will now be enhanced with Bluetooth support.

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