The Korean giant introduced the much awaited Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to the world in an Unpacked event in New York and the device looks exactly like its predecessor, the Note 8, except for the adjusted placement of fingerprint sensor on its back, which now rests below the camera.

Don’t be too quick to judge the phone based on its look. All new Galaxy Note 9 come completely revamped on the inside, with some interesting features to offer.

Samsung smartwatch and Galaxy Home were also released along with the Note 9. Its the first time Samsung has released a home device following Amazon and Google.

Samsung is known to add pomp and show flavor to its launch events and this one was no different.  With 3D effect screens, the presentation was flawless and it seemed like the phone is literally rising from the floor.

There were also dignitaries from Pakistan attending the event. Here are the pictorial highlights of the launch event.

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President D.J.Koh announced the Galaxy Note 9
Artificial Intelligence enabled Galaxy Home Launched along with Galaxy Note 9
Greentech and M&P management
(L-R) Mian Irfan (Airlink) Bilal Asghar (Greentech) Hamza Rasheed (M&P)
President Samsung Pakistan Y J Kim
President Samsung Pakistan Y.J.Kim along with partners
Green tech official holding the Galaxy Note 9 Launch
Latif Hakeem, Chairman Greentech holding Galaxy Note 9

President Samsung Pakistan Y.J.Kim with Greentech and M&P officials

M&P official with Galaxy Note 9 at the Demo Area
Hamza Rasheed (M&P)

Galaxy Note 9 Specs

  • Display: 6.4 inches
  • Screen Resolution: 1440 x 2960 pixels
  • Processor: Qualcomm Snapdragon 845/ Exynos 9810 Octa
  • RAM: 6GB/8GB
  • Internal Storage: 128GB/512GB
  • Rear Camera: 12MP+12MP
  • Front Camera: 8MP
  • Battery: 4000mAh
  • OS: Android 8.1 Oreo

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LOL! The above photos of the unveiling ceremony are public. Anybody could go to YouTube, watch the ceremony and get the exact same screenshots as you did. Why would you watermark them? Sasto! lololol