For those of you who own a Sam's Club membership (or are thinking about getting one), the bulk grocery store is offering a $200 store gift card when preordering a Galaxy Note 9, plus you still qualify for Samsung's bonus gift (s).
The device will be available at prices starting Rs.67,900.
The phone comes in two variants - 128GB storage/6GB RAM and 512GB storage/8GB RAM. The new Galaxy Note9 comes with the biggest screen ever on a Note, a 6.4-inch edge-to-edge Super AMOLED 516ppi display (without any notches) said to be great for productivity, multi-tasking and content consumption.
The Galaxy Note 9 is available in purple and blue.
"The device also features generous built-in storage options - either 128GB or 512GB - that allow users to put the days of deleting photos, videos, and apps to make room for more behind them", said Samsung.
The Galaxy Watch will launch in two sizes, with 42mm and 46mm faces respectively, will be available in black, silver, and rose gold, and will cost between $549 and $699. United States pre-orders Start from 10 August (tomorrow) and pre-orders get a free pair of AKG noise-cancelling headphones (worth about $299) or 15,000 in Fortnite V-Bucks. In the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung has packed a bigger battery than the previous edition.More news: Canadian dollar whipsaws as row with Saudi Arabia escalates
Launching the Note 9 at 11am.in NY, or Friday midnight in Seoul, Samsung also announced partnerships with global hit game Fortnite and music-streaming service Spotify Technology SA in a stepped-up challenge to Apple Inc in the premium-phone race. The front camera is also similar at 8-megapixel and F/1.7 aperture.
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AT&T's will price the Galaxy Note 9 at $33.34 for 30 months on an AT&T Next installment plan. It supports both wired and wireless fast charging. We've picked out five mobile phones that you should consider instead of Samsung's new behemoth, and the best-value deals on them that you can pick up right now.
Other improvements include tweaks to the device's "S Pen" feature, which can be used as a remote control for taking pictures or selfies using Bluetooth technology.
Once you've take your shot, you can also use the S Pen to tweak its saturation, overlay some text, or freehand draw a yellow mustache.
Of course, not everything about Samsung phones is appealing.
Samsung has nabbed the exclusive Android release of popular survival game Fortnite as part of the launch for its Note 9 phablet, which the company is marketing as a premium phone for gamers.