Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to come with headphone jack

Kelley Robertson
August 6, 2018

Samsung is dominating the news with its upcoming Galaxy Note 9 launch on August 9, building necessary hype for the flagship's release. Leaked Note 9 images do show a slightly different look around the back, with its dual-lens camera set up in a horizontal rather than a vertical configuration. The disclaimer is in regards to Samsung promoting the Galaxy Note 9 as being "1 terabyte ready with expandable memory". The Note 9 will come with an S Pen stylus, which might be Bluetooth-enabled this time round and it will also probably offer a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Apart from the new position of the fingerprint sensor, the leaked render shows that the dual camera setup of the Galaxy Note 9 matches the paintjob of its back panel. It could also launch its new Galaxy Watch at the conference.

Samsung also states that this S Pen is new and supposedly powerful. It is spotted by popular tipster Evan Blass that pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 9 on New Zealand website were made live. Specifically, that means an Exynos 9810 or Snapdragon 845 processor inside, depending on your region. The phone is available with 16 GB of internal storage. You do, of course, also have the "leaked" aspect. But someone at Samsung jumped the gun and released an official intro video featuring the Galaxy Note 9, showing the complete handset and highlighting some of its biggest features.

The video continues with the line "Powerful All Day Battery, ' and so far, we know that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a 4,000mAh battery underneath". If you think you'll find its remote control and shortcut capabilities useful - and you enjoy doodling on the screen too - the Note 9 could be the phone for you.

Samsung Galaxy J4 2018 comes with a 13 megapixel rear Camera and 5 megapixel front Camera. Companies like Samsung know how to leverage social media the and the press at large, and are believed to feed prominent leakers inside information at strategic points during a product's development.

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