On Thursday the South Korean tech giant is holding an Unpacked event in Brooklyn, New York where the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be revealed. As a result, they're shaping up to be the worst-selling Galaxy S phones since 2012, since people don't want to cough up all that cash for a minor, iterative update. However, nearly everything about the device has been already leaked online.
Samsung had high hopes when it released the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ earlier this year. Ahead of the official launch, Samsung has already dropped in major hints about the phone. In fact, the S9 and S9+ received an unprecedented price cut less than a month after they launched in the US. The unlocked Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is available for just $520 outright and you can even choose the color: black, gray, or gold.
For performance, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be powered by Exynos 910 processor. The photos appeared on Chinese microblogging site Weibo and show off a value pack that includes AKG Y50 BT headphones, along with a Note 9, a charger, a USB cable and a case.
Galaxy Note 9 is expected to feature 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with Quad HD+ resolution. According to Roland Quandt, Galaxy Note 9 128GB unlocked will cost 899 GBP in the United Kingdom which is around $1,200.
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One of the few aspects about the Note 9 that was shrouded in mystery until now was the price - but that could all have changed today.
Droid Life reports that one of its readers spotted a prematurely leaked BOGO promotion for the Note 9 while perusing the My Verizon app, suggesting that Big Red will announce such a deal once Samsung officially unveils its new phone.
BOGO deals pop up all the time, but investing in such an offer right out of the gate is clearly an effort to boost sales volume.