An unboxing video of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on MySmartPrice’s YouTube channel revealed a lot of things about the device. If you haven’t watched it yet, you can check it out below.
We are still confused if the device is the actual Note 9 or just a clone but you must admit it looks quite similar to the speculations so far. The device sports Galaxy S9+ camera with a dual rear camera, LED Flash and fingerprint sensor all placed horizontally in the mentioned order.
Apart from that, you can also see the USB Type C post, speakers, 3.5mm headphone jack and S Pen slot.
The in-box content of the alleged Galaxy Note 9 includes the device, micro-USB to USB Type C converter and a screen protector. The second and third box contents strongly suggest that the video is just a knockoff.
As far as the specifications are concerned, the Galaxy Note 9 will come with a 6.3-inch display, a dual 12MP rear camera with dual optical image stabilization, 8MP front camera, IP68 dust and water resistant, an iris scanner, 64GB of internal storage and 6GB RAM.
Do take the video with a pinch of salt since it’s not from Samsung.
The latest news leak about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 suggests that the 128GB variant will be priced at ~Rs. 82,900 ($1204) while the 512GB variant will be priced at ~Rs. 1,03,120( $1497). This is an estimated pricing. Let’s wait for the official unveiling by Samsung. The device will be officially launched in Italy on 24th August in colour variants of Black, Lavender and Blue.
However, views on YouTube have commented claiming the device to be fake. What do you think?