Rumour mills have also given us a fair idea on what to expect from Samsung's latest flagship smartphone. This one feature that could come in very handy for many people, the new Galaxy Note 9 could really be a PC in your pocket.
Now, the question is whether or not Samsung's bad year is about to become worse. In fact, a leak just yesterday likely revealed all the little secret details that were left. The alleged package includes a Galaxy Note 9 case, auto charger, cable, wireless AKG headphones, and an unknown 3M item.
However, you might get some choice as to what comes with your Note 9, as Reddit user Wan997 claims it will be packaged with a choice of those AKG headphones, a Fortnite gaming package, or both for an extra $99 (around £75/AU$135).
According to last week's leak, the upcoming device will have 3.5-mm headphone jack. The company was confident that consumers would rush to buy them in spite of all that, but the opposite ended up being the case.More news: Ontario brewers that offer buck-a-beer may get LCBO incentives
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Samsung seemingly has a number of big promotions ready for when the Galaxy Note 9 is released on August 24th.
Apparently you'll also be able to get 30 minutes of use from the S Pen with just a 40 second charge, and will be able to use the Pen to switch camera modes with a double tap of a button on it. Considering how hot Fortnite is right now, that deal undoubtedly cost Samsung a big chunk of change. From day 1 - in fact, from even before day 1 - at least one major United States wireless carrier is running a BOGO offer on the Galaxy Note 9. This report reiterates what we've heard in the past regarding specs, including that there will be two variants of the Galaxy Note 9: The base model will feature 6GB of RAM and 128GB of built-in storage, while the other will boast 8GB of RAM and 512GB of built-in storage.