Samsung Galaxy Note 9 cases already on sale

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We're now just two days away from Samsung's big Unpacked press conference, during which the company is expected to unveil not one but two new products.

This probably isn't the flawless time to buy a Galaxy Note 8 since Samsung is just about to reveal its new Note series phablet, but there are probably a lot of customers who can't afford to purchase the new flagship at launch. A recent leak has suggested that the Galaxy Note 9 will have AI-based features. Rumour mills have also given us a fair idea on what to expect from Samsung's latest flagship smartphone. However, nearly everything about the device has been already leaked online. This time around Samsung is likely to launch a 512GB version of the phone, which may very well cross the $1,000 threshold.

Expected to feature a 4000mAh battery, the phone will ship with Android Oreo with Samsung Experience 9.0 on top.

Reliable tech leaker Roland Quandt has revealed what he claims is the price of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. According to a report from Android blog Droid Life, Verizon will offer consumers who preorder a Galaxy Note 9 a second new phone for free.

MORE: Can Samsung Make the Note 9 Matter? In India, Samsung sells Exynos variants of its flagship phones. There is some expectation that Samsung is going to launch pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 9 later this week, so if you've been wanting to put down some money for the new handset, you might not have long to wait.

The Note 9 is rumoured to have a huge 4,000mAh battery, 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display and 6GB of RAM. While the size is only slightly different from Galaxy Note 8, the phone will also come with a tweak to its design. However, it will also give the option of fingerprint sensor and face unlock.

This could mean that the Galaxy skin will come as part of the pre-order package, although this is all speculation since there has been no confirmation from Samsung or Epic. The camera will feature Samsung's variable aperture system, which will allow users to switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4.

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