But that does not seem to be enough: Galaxy Note 9 should win a version with 512 GB of internal storage, and it will not be cheap at all. However, the prices fall in line with previous leaks from popular tipster Roland Quandt (@rquandt).
Of course, each South Korean giant Samsung division decides the prices of the products in their respective countries - but do not expect any bargain for the Galaxy Note 9, even more in the Indian market, where nowadays even the prices of intermediate devices are getting salty. According to the tipster, the highest variant of the Galaxy Note 9 will sell at a price of 1250 euros which crosses the Rs 1 lakh mark.More news: North Korea building new missiles, U.S. spies claim
The poster confirms that Samsung is only launching two variants of the Note 9.
However, the Artisan Copper hue isn't listed next to the 512GB model, which could mean that it won't be available on the larger storage Galaxy Note 9. Samsung has been teasing a yellow S Pen on its official accounts which suggests that the S Pen will come with a different colour than usual. The phone's display is expected to be a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED. Rumours were rife that the device would feature a bigger battery than the Galaxy Note 8.
The Galaxy Note 9 will probably feature an Exynos 9810 processor for the Malaysia market, along with 6GB of RAM, wireless charging technology, 4000mAh battery and a rumoured Bluetooth S-Pen stylus.