We're impressed with how Fortnite Mobile looks and plays though, and we can't wait to see and hear more about it at today's Samsung Unpacked Note 9 launch event. The 128GB version comes in at $1000 - iPhone X money.
Samsung hopesto differentiate itself with a pop of color, too. At 6.4 inches, it's the biggest display we've seen in a Galaxy Note series smartphone till date. The event kicks off at 11:00AM local time or 8:30PM IST and Samsung will also be live streaming it across its social network platforms and YouTube. Interestingly, the Ocean Blue model will come with a yellow-coloured S Pen, while with others the colour of the stylus will match that of the phone. At the other, it's also catering towards the need of business users by upgrading the phablet's S-Pen. As a neat touch, the digital ink that you write with on the lock screen memo app matches the color of each pen by default. Samsung says the cameras on the device are now powered by AI, and it's able to optimize things like the white balance and exposure based on the scenery.More news: The Flash Suit Leak: Grant Gustin's Response - New Season 5 Costume
No one reported any problems with the Note 8, and analysts don't foresee problems with the Note 9. It's combined with 6 GB of LPDDR4 memory.
The world's number one smartphone seller returned the Note range to its full potential previous year after a series of recalls for its Samsung Note 7, which had a flaw that caused some batteries to catch fire. The built-in storage can be topped with microSD cards up to 512GB capacity. You can expect the same Infinity Display, the same headphone jack, and numerous same technologies that you've come to expect from the Galaxy Note brand, including IP68 dust and water resistance, fast wireless charging, Samsung Knox, and several biometric security options, including fingerprint scanning, iris scanning and facial recognition capabilities. Plenty of space for games, work documents, and 4K video files. As one of the most hotly-anticipated phones of 2018, there's plenty of demand for this new flagship.More news: Dozens killed, including children, in Yemen air strikes
Announced at an event in NY on Thursday, the Note 9 resembles last year's Note 8, replete with glass front and back, curved edges and slide-out S Pen stylus. In the United States, that will be sold by AT&T, Sprint, T-Mobile, U.S. Cellular, Verizon Wireless, and Xfinity. You can also head to Samsung Newsroom, Samsung.com or Samsung Mobile Press when the event begins.
As for the Galaxy Note 9 512 GB, that won't be offered on every carrier. And we'll never turn down more storage.More news: Tottenham make £25m bid to sign 22-year-old