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Samsung outs the Galaxy Note 9 on their New Zealand pre-order page

Samsung outs the Galaxy Note 9 on their New Zealand pre-order page

The launch of the Galaxy Note 9 in just under 7 days time is becoming leakier by the day with Samsung themselves now joining the throng by leaking the handset themselves.

The page shows an image of the smartphone that clearly confirms that the Note 9 will come with a 3.5mm headphone jack, a rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, switched-up dual camera and upgraded S-Pen stylus.

What do you think about how the Note 9 is shaping up?

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Now, this is very interesting as only yesterday the pricing for the Samsung Note 9 in the Indonesia leaked out via a promotional poster, with the base model advertised as being available for pre-order for 13,500,000 Indonesian Rupiahs.

This price, while seeming very high, when converted to USA dollars, is actually very similar to the price the Galaxy Note 8 launched at previous year in the States.

It also states it has an all day battery, but we don't know the official size of the cell and that's something Samsung often says about its devices. More specifically, he was seen using the S-Pen, while holding the Note 9 in a position that gave just enough information regarding the one big change expected to make the cut. The same design is confirmed via the video doing the rounds now. If you haven't yet bought one but still consider getting either of the two top-tier phones, here is a great deal that might fit your wallet. The 512GB variant has been listed with price RM5099, which in Indian rupees should equal to close to Rs 86,000.

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