The first look of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is finally revealed and the launching is expected on August 22, as per the sources. The new add on the Galaxy series is a way different from the usual S pen as it will not only be used as an input tool but features like Bluetooth, camera, video streaming will also be done by it.
The new phone runs on OS Android 8.1 (Oreo) with dual camera of 12 megapixel each at the rear side with two times powerful optical zoom and 10 times powerful digital zoom and on the front side, 8 MP camera is available.
The pre-booking of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has already begun after Samsung revealed the prices of its two variant. The first variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will cost around Rs 67,900 for 128GB variant while the 512GB variant has been tagged at Rs 84,900.
The new S pen of this phone is connected with the Bluetooth option which lets you to do a lot of things.
The S pen of the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is capable enough to run a presentation at a large screen or projector directly by sitting and handling it in your phone.
The main highlights of the S pen is to handle camera feature with just a long press which will switch on the camera app, a double press changes the selfie mode while just a single press will lets you to click the photo.
Not only the camera feature, the S pen of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will even control the video streaming. With that, it can control the video streaming from phone to large screen for the easy handling as One tap of the S pen will play or pause the video while the double tap will make you switch to the next video.
Those who plans to purchase Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with HDFC credit card, debit card or consumer durable loan can easily get the cashback of Rs 6,000 and if you are buying it with the Paytm mall or Samsung registered retail outlet, cashback of Rs 6,000 will be ready for you.
Samsung is offering the exchange offer on this phone with your current phone attached with Rs 6000 exchange bonus. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is manufactured in the recently launched Manufacturing plant in Noida by Prime Minister Narendra Modi.