Galaxy Note 9 has enjoyed much hype before its launch and is all set to be unveiled at an Unpacked event on August 9 in New York but that doesn’t mean that the leaks have stopped. Today, German website WinFuture.de has produced a leak which hits the final nail in what information was left out about the device until now.
According to the site, the device will also come in two storage variants: 128GB and 512GB. It appears that the company has opted to miss the 64GB and 256GB versions this year.
Earlier the price of the phone for the Indonesian market was also leaked and this time, its the price for the UK and the US region while the price in other regions may vary according to currency rates.
As for the price, the website claims that its 128GB version will cost 899 Pounds in the UK while the 512GB variant will go on sale for 1,099 Pounds.
Galaxy Note 9 will come in four colors including “Midnight Black”, as well as “Ocean Blue,” “Lilac Purple,” and “Metallic Copper”
Although Samsung had earlier claimed that Galaxy Note 9 will cost the same as Note 8 at the time of launch but this doesn’t seem the case as the Note 8 was launched at a price of 869 Pounds for the 64 GB model.
Keeping this in mind, Galaxy Note 9 may also see a similar price hike in the US as compared to Note 8 which was launched at $929 while Note 9 may be launched in between $959-$979.
Last, but not the least, Samsung is reportedly going to release the device in the market on August 24 while the preorders for Galaxy Note 9 will start tomorrow and will stretch to August 23.
Although Note 9 will retain the same design language as its predecessor, it has some huge improvements in the internals as compared to Note 8.