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Galaxy Note 9 will relieve your battery woes, per Samsung's latest teaser

29 July 2018

To be sure, gaming is not likely the first thing you think of when you consider Samsung's Galaxy Note devices.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release date is nearly upon us.

In the Internet appeared the video, which shows the new tablet Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 top features. The leak further notes that those not interested in the game may get the option to go for wireless AKG headphones at no extra cost.

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South Korean tech giant Samsung is all set to launch the Galaxy Note9 on August 9, and, the more we inch closer to the launch, the more we hear about this Note8 successor. We are mere weeks away from one of Samsung's Unpacked event, taking place on August 9 in Brooklyn, New York.

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.

In addition, users who pre-order the Galaxy Note 9 are entitled to extra benefits, added the report. The third and final video suggests the phone will be able to handle just about any task you can imagine. The thought with the teasers, said Samsung, is to indicate how agonizing it can be when innovation disappoints you, and that change, as the Galaxy Note 9, will spare the day. Fortnite publisher Epic Games also had no comment.

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As previously reported, the Note 9 is tipped to closely resemble the former Note 8, with the exception of a more accessible fingerprint reader. That means all other Android users (or at least the ones with a phone that supports Fortnite) would gain access to the game sometime in late September.

The third Note 9 teaser addresses that bad "Storage Full" alert we've all gotten at one point or another. A month afterwards, the game will be released on the Google Play Store.

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Galaxy Note 9 will relieve your battery woes, per Samsung's latest teaser