The vulnerability of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 does not seem to end before the launch. In the latest leak of hours before the Unpacked event that took place today, the company itself has leaked beans and revealed the price of the phone.
As most of the allegations of equipment have been eliminated due to various leaks, we may think of what the phone will look like.
In addition, the Galaxy Note 9 has been shown off by the company's own promotional tags.
Galaxy Note 9 was found in Vietnam for pre-order, showing the price of the device, as well as some gifts, such as a pair of complementary high-quality AKG N60NC wireless headphones bundled with it. However, these pre-order gifts may vary by region.
Screenshots of these lists have been cancelled by Phone Arena, but the booking page has disappeared before it was released. No surprises!
According to the screenshots, these lists show the 128 GB and 512 GB variants of the smartphone. In addition, Slashleaks has locked the leak booking page, but it has not been completely cancelled.
These screenshots show that the price of the Galaxy Note 9 is VND 2,50,000 and the price of the 128 GB internal storage variant is approximately Rs 73,700. The price of the 512 GB version is VND 2,94,90,000, which is approximately Rs 87,000.
Although prices are different in all markets, the price seems to be consistent with previous rumors.
According to PhoneArena's report, and the new S Pen, the device is said to include a free fast-charging wireless charging dock, support for DeX's USB C to HDMI adapter, clear view cover and JBL Inspire 700 wireless sports headphones. But as mentioned earlier, these may vary from region to region.
For official details now, check out Unpacked events or visit Samsung Newsroom on Twitter, Facebook.
You can refresh your memory and get a summary of all the leaked specifications.