Samsungs Galaxy Note 9 isn’t scheduled for its official debut until August 9. Yet we have more info about the devices features/specifications but its likely pricing.
This made possible thanks to a report stemming from Winfuture.de. The report confirms the Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s 512GB storage capacity variant, no doubt a pricey variant. 128GB will also become the base storage capacity, a big change since the Note 8 didn’t have that base storage capacity.
The 512GB variant should come with an 8GB RAM and a choice between colour variations black or blue. The variant is expected to be priced 1250 euro ($1460), while the base model with 128GB in black, blue and purple colours will go for 1050 euro ($1230).
The Prices all, of course, is for the European markets but in line with the $1000 price range of a typical Galaxy Note device.
The Note 9 is expected to have a similar if not identical look to the Note 8 though sporting a higher price which could mean an improved/redesigned S Pen, more battery, Storage improvements and/or RAM.
We look forward to the launch and confirming the received reports to see if they align. So what do you think of these reports? Are the solid in your opinion? Leave those thoughts and other opinions in the comment section below.