Samsung Previews Upcoming Galaxy Note 9 'Unpacked' Event With Three Teaser Videos

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"From previous leaks, the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 will be running on Android 8.1 Oreo operating system and sports a 10.5" Quad HD (2560 x 1600 pixels) Super AMOLED display. The company is expected to show off its latest flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, along with a few other surprises. Rumours believe that we could be seeing a foldable Samsung Galaxy device as early as next year, with Samsung's foldable display panel already being certified for commercial use. However, it seems that Samsung has had been devising a special trick up its sleeves to prevent the Note 9 meet the Galaxy S9' fate, which could be beneficial for mobile gamers - especially for those waiting for Fortnite's release on Android. The leak goes on to claim that the Note 9 launch event will be themed around Fortnite, thus marking Samsung as a top contender in the gaming smartphone category. This will reportedly be a part of a promotion Samsung is planning to market the Note 9. So there is a high likelihood that Fortnite could have an integrated support for the S-Pen.

This will certainly make it very easy and cheap for Galaxy Note 9 owners to power a PC-like productivity experience on their external monitors without having to spend over $100 on an accessory that they may ultimately resign to the novelty bin. Of course, we'll need to wait until we know everything before making any judgments as to whether you should buy the phone for gaming purposes, but for now, things look promising. The insinuation here is that the Note 9 will last all day on a charge.

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The company said revenue from the category and some other items grew 132 percent to $2.2 billion (roughly Rs. 15,000 crores). Wall Street didn't take too kindly to that: Facebook's stock price dropped almost 20 percent in after-hours trading.

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Of course, the Note 9 is not the only hardware we expect to be announced at Unpacked. A month afterwards, the game will be released on the Google Play Store.

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