Samsung is back at it again. The release date for the Note 9 is under a month away, and people are ready to go and purchase this device. We have known about it for so long know, and we have been religiously following all the leaks surrounding the device. We talked about production periods, specs, design choice and even differences between Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Samsung Galaxy Note 8. We know what happened and how it happened and we know when the device is going to come out.
The South Korean tech giant was pretty secretive about details concerning their newest device which meant that we had to get what we could from the trusted sources that we had. The one big reveal that they made was that they set the release date for the device in stone and offered details for the event. However, today we will be talking about a rather small move with significant effects that the company did: namely, they finally confirmed the device online.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 official release
Samsung has had a stream of bad luck following itself when it comes to the Note 9. The most notable one was when one of their units was lost, and the one who got it offered us the first hands-on review. However, they went a step further today, and they decided to finally post their device on their official website.
We know so much about the phone, as we have previously mentioned, and the fact that most Samsung related pages decided not to post too much about the device apart from its model number (SM-N960F) does not deter us at all. Just to give you a brief overview about all that we know, the phone is going to a bit thicker than the Note 8, and the phone does not have the in-screen fingerprint sensor that was long rumored. This piece of technology is going to come with the S10 since the South Korean company wanted to have more time in order to perfect it. Last but not least pen, the S Stylus pen is going to be one of the biggest attractions. The fact that it now has a Bluetooth connection is very interesting, to say the least.
If people are a bit upset with the design choices of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, then they will be happy to hear that the South Korean tech giant has put a lot of work into the S10, but that is a discussion for another day.