Samsung reveals the Galaxy Note 9

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In a tweet, ubiquitous Samsung leaker Ice Universe quotes the South Korean giant's mobile chief as saying that any word of a merger is pure rumor and that the Note range - recently updated with the Galaxy Note 9 - will not be disappearing any time soon. Samsung launched its new $1,000 phone with Android Oreo 8.1, an OS that's technically newer but almost indistinguishable from the one that's running on the Galaxy S9.

Around 1,000 industry figures, media reps and consumers were invited to the event, where they listened to singer Kim Jong-kook and actress Park Min-young explain different functions. The report adds that triple-cameras could be a standout feature of Samsung's phones next year, appearing on Samsung's entry level phones and flagships alike.

Samsung also plans launch events in Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand and Vietnam.

Samsung also enhanced the gadget's batteries so it can now be used for an entire day without needing to be recharged - a common headache for cell phone users. But at least on paper this looks good for everyone: Samsung gets access to compelling content it needs to make its devices more attractive.

"We do not know too much about the Galaxy Home - no pricing, availability, or detailed feature list was provided". This upgrade alone may sway many users from other manufacturers to jump ship.

And there's no excuse for the Galaxy Note 9 to not be among them.

By pre-ordering Galaxy Note 9, customers will get a chance to win convertible wireless charger or JBL Flip 4 or a Note 9! This was shown today in a leak advertisement for the upcoming Note 9 that saw the Note 7 being an absentee from an honourable mention from Samsung.

The new device comes with a brand new S Pen.

With all this power, you are going to need a big battery, and Samsung has chose to place a 4,000 mAh unit in the Note 9. Using the pen, Samsung says you can present slides, pause and play video, take selfies and more. It is unfortunate, but for Samsung users, it's not that big of a deal, since most of the changes are already included in the Samsung Experience skin on Samsung smartphones.

Now with Bluetooth Low-Energy (BLE) support, the new S Pen delivers an entirely new way to use the Note.

Samsung reportedly aims to reach 12 million units in shipments of the Note 9, approximately 10 percent higher than shipments of its predecessor a year ago.

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