128GB & 512GB Galaxy Note 9 Price Points Surface On Lazada

Two variants of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 have appeared on Lazada, a Southeast Asian retailer. 128GB and 512GB storage options of the Galaxy Note 9 surfaced, along with their price points. The 128GB Galaxy Note 9 is listed on Lazada for MYR 4,299 ($1,057), while the 512GB storage option costs MYR 5,099 ($1,254). Price points of the Galaxy Note 9 variants will vary from market to market, so don’t take these price points as a given.

The Galaxy Note 9 will be announced on August 9, and we’ve already seen a number of leaks of the device, not to mention that we’ve leaked several renders ourselves. In other words, we know exactly what to expect out of the Galaxy Note 9’s design, the device will resemble its predecessor quite a bit. The Galaxy Note 9 will be made out of metal and glass, while it will sport a horizontally-aligned dual camera setup on the back, below which a fingerprint scanner will be located. A heart rate sensor will be included on the back as well, along with an LED flash. The back side of the device will be slightly curved on the sides, while the phone’s display will also be curved. The phone will ship with the S Pen stylus, of course, while it will come with high-end specs, as it will become Samsung’s most powerful smartphone.

The Galaxy Note 9 will ship in two SoC variants, Exynos 9810 and Snapdragon 845 models will be available, depending on the region. The Galaxy Note 9 is also rumored to include 6GB of RAM, and arrive in several storage options. Android 8.1 Oreo will probably come pre-installed on the device, along with Samsung’s custom UI. Two cameras will be included on the back, with variable aperture, and a recently-leaked hands-on video confirms that it will have a similar setup as the Galaxy S9 Plus. A dedicated Bixby button will be a part of the package as well, while the device will probably pack in a 4,000mAh battery on the inside, with fast charging, and fast wireless charging.

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