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The Galaxy Note 9 isn’t the only new device that Samsung launched today at its Galaxy Unpacked event; it also pulled the wraps off the new Galaxy Watch and the Galaxy Home. First out of the gate is the Galaxy Watch, which sheds the “Gear” branding and more closely aligns with the flagship Galaxy smartphones. As with previous Samsung smartwatches, it features a 1.3-inch circular AMOLED touch display (360x360) and is covered in Gorilla DX+ glass. The Galaxy Watch is available in two sizes: 42mm and 46mm, and both of them include 4G LTE connectivity. Both are powered by a Samsung... Read more...
After months and months of leaks, we’ve finally had a chance to lay our hands on the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung’s latest Android 8.1 Oreo smartphone. Given that nearly all of the Galaxy Note 9’s specs have been leaked ahead of today’s official reveal, you’re likely already familiar with what the smartphone has to offer. However, we’ll give you a quick rundown of what makes the smartphone special. Starting things off, there’s a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC running the show in this beastly device. Samsung has kicked things up a notch on the storage front, doubling... Read more...
Samsung is set to launch its Galaxy Note 9 this morning in New York, and luckily for you, the company is livestreaming the event for all to see. The event starts at 11am EST and you can view livestream below. We’ve seen plenty of leaks, with some of them even coming directly from Samsung. At this point, it’s pretty much a given that the smartphone will be available in the United States with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor and up to 512GB of internal storage. Other rumored specs include a 4,000 mAh battery with fast charging and wireless charging support, and a versatile Bluetooth-equipped... Read more...
The launch of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 9 flagship is just two weeks away, which means that we can expect for leaks to start ramping up as a result. Thankfully, we have two fresh leaks to report on, and they both give us a clearer look at the device in question. The first comes from notorious gadget leaker Evan Blass, who appears to have gotten his hands on a press render of the Galaxy Note 9. The image shows the smartphone from both the back and the front, confirming the dual-camera setup on the back and the repositioned fingerprint sensor (which is now mounted centrally beneath... Read more...