Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is Coming On August 9

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is Coming On August 9

Samsung has announced that on August 9 is going to be released Galaxy Note 9. The Note was designed as an experiment, to see if an ultra-large “business” style Android phone could catch on.

“When we originally launched the Galaxy Note series, we had a feeling that business professionals would love it,” says BJ Kang of Samsung’s global planning team. It wasn’t only business heads that turned. Over the years, the Note has come to be regarded as the best handset in the Galaxy line-up”.

The Galaxy Note smartphones have been considered the first commercially successful examples of smartphones. Samsung sold over 50 million Galaxy Note devices between September 2011 and October 2013. 10 million units of the Galaxy Note 3 have been sold within its first 2 months, 30 million were of the Note II, while the original Galaxy Note sold around 10 million units worldwide.

So the successes are going on!

“The Galaxy Note 2, which was one of the best-selling Note series devices, sold more than 40 million units over its lifetime,” says Neil Shah from Counterpoint Research. “However, since Apple’s launch of plus size iPhones and also from other Android competitors, Samsung’s Note series have seen a bit of decline and now averages around 25 million units over a lifetime.”

But 25 million is not so bad, is it?  There are a thousands of people who consider themselves as one of the largest mass of fans of Samsung Note lovers.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was announced on 23 August 2017 at a Samsung Unpacked event. It features a 6.3 1440p Super AMOLED Infinity Display, Snapdragon 835/Exynos 8895 processor (depending on location), and water resistance. Also a new dual-lens camera setup with a telephoto lens and support for Samsung DeX.

And now Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be on August 8. As we know Galaxy Note 9 has been accepted by the FCC (Federal Communications Commission).

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will figure:

  • A Snapdragon 845 processor
  • 8 GB of RAM
  • It will have 3 versions (64,256, 512 GB)

 

Source: www.wired.co.uk