Being first shown at the beginning of August, the device has the biggest screen ever seen on a Note (6.4”), with 516ppi.
Also, the phone packs 8GB of RAM with a Snapdragon 845.
Its camera is also improved: two rear cameras ensure a resolution of 12MP, with one of them being a zoom lens.
Slow-motion videos are also possible on the device, with 240fps at 1080p and a staggering 960fps at 720p.
The update focuses, on one part, on the slow-motion capture, allowing users to predetermine how long the video will be using the super-slow-motion technology at 960fps.
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ will also benefit from this update.
The official release date is August 24 and will sell for 900 pounds, for 128GB ROM and 6GB of RAM, or 1100 pounds, for 512GB ROM and 8GB RAM.
Major gadget reviewers got their hands on the phablet and are exceptionally pleased about it.
Along with this new update, which is by far one of the most interesting ones seen on such a device, the phone is said to be extremely snappy, can hold tons of data and its battery can easily manage more than a day of heavy usage. Also, cameras are great and the included touch pen can double as a remote control.
This is definitely the best big phone out there so far.