Samsung accidentally leaks Galaxy Note 9 ahead of official unveiling

Samsung accidentally leaks Galaxy Note 9 ahead of official unveiling

The Galaxy Note 8 has been updated in the most number of markets.

Fortnite for Android could possibly be launching this week exclusively on the Galaxy Note 9, according to Dataminers.

The SmartThings app on the Galaxy Tab S4 enables users to monitor and control smart home devices from the tablet. Even better, Samsung recently uploaded an official video that should not have been revealed yet, so the August 9 launch event should not come with any big surprises. Perhaps the upcoming flagship will be accompanied by several deals that you would just love to check out.

This S Pen is said to be a different colour to the rest of the Note 9.

Not only that, Samsung has also added AI to the rear camera.

Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note 9 will make its debut at on 9 August at a Samsung Unpacked event in NY, before it goes on sale two weeks later on 24 August.

This one feature helped separate the Note from other phablets over the years, and we're still struggling to know why other manufacturers did not adopt a similar interface.

As far as Samsung Galaxy S10 release date is concerned, the next-gen smartphone will likely get introduced near the end of the first quarter of 2019, most likely at the next iteration of Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain.

Leaked image is said of the Galaxy J2 Core. "Interestingly, this method checks for the existence of the standard S Pen while the method we uncovered that checks for the existence of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 checks for the new Bluetooth-enabled S Pen", a post from XDA reads. Powering all the hardware is a 2,600mAh battery. The file contains a series of checks to stop unauthorized devices from running the game and it looks like the newly-announced Galaxy Tab S4 will also be able to run the game when it launches. When it comes to audio, the Galaxy Tab S4 also comes with four speakers tuned by AKG and Dolby Atmos® immersive sound technology, which brings entertainment to life through moving audio that flows all around you.