Samsung starts teasing Galaxy Note9 ahead of August 9 event

Samsung starts teasing Galaxy Note9 ahead of August 9 event

We know everything there is to know about the Galaxy Note 9, either because Samsung can't keep any secrets or because it's actively encouraging leaks as a way to drive up buzz for the handset. This time around, we see Samsung spewing video teasers alongside, adding fuel to the flames of hype. "A lot can change in a day". Compared to the 3300mAh battery inside last year's Galaxy Note series smartphone, the Galaxy Note 8, Samsung appears to have increased the battery capacity significantly. The first of these focuses on battery life and the nightmare that is running out of juice while away from home.

XDA Developers' source also tells them that Epic and Samsung are hoping to get Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, the top Fortnite streamer on board to promote the launch, possibly at Samsung Unpacked 2018.

On the other hand, the following two 30-second teasers indicate a faster performing phone with larger storage options. For its foldable phone, Huawei has struck a deal with BOE instead of market leaders like Samsung Display and LG Display.

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But on the plus (?) side, Note 9 users will reportedly get to integrate their S Pen into the game.

The only problem is that now since it just features that single Type-C USB port, customers will need to be a bit creative when it comes to making a purchase. The leaked images also included a few shots of the S-Pen on the Galaxy Note 9, which will come bundled with the smartphone in black, purple, brown, and yellow. It's more than likely that the Fortnite Android release date will be around August 9th on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. He plans to take TrueTech forward with the consistent support from you readers, friends and family!

The Samsung DeX dock is undoubtedly a novelty that made some heads turn, giving Galaxy smartphones users an alternative to the traditional desktop.

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