Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Order Page Is Live

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By Alexander Maxham August 02, 2018, 2:59pm
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A full week before Samsung Unpacks the Galaxy Note 9, the pre-order page is already live on its site. While it is not actually functioning, it does confirm quite a few things about the upcoming smartphone. It does confirm the Coral Blue color and the yellow stylus. It also confirms that there is still a headphone jack here, and the redesigned camera module. Unlike the Galaxy S9 Plus, Samsung is opting for a horizontal module here with the fingerprint sensor on the right side of the two cameras. It also appears to show that one camera is a bit smaller than the other, as it has been seen in other renders of the Galaxy Note 9 already.

The pre-order page is live on Samsung's New Zealand site, but there's not much else available on that page. It just simply says that "We’ve unpacked our most powerful phone yet. Now you can be one of the first to experience it." So this is obviously supposed to go live after Unpacked finishes up on August 9. The Pre-Order button on the page takes you to a page that isn't yet live - as you'd expect - so the pricing, storage and other aspects of the Galaxy Note 9 have not yet been confirmed, but it won't be long until it is.

Samsung will be unpacking the Galaxy Note 9 at its Unpacked event in Brooklyn, New York next Thursday, August 9. It's the next-generation Samsung Galaxy Note device, and it's sure to be a hit. While many of the renders and leaks show that there is very little changed from the Galaxy Note 8 last year, it is still likely going to be a big seller for Samsung, as the Galaxy Note device has recently been a bigger deal than the Galaxy S lineup. Next week, everything will be known about the Galaxy Note 9, and pre-orders will likely start right after Unpacked, as it has in recent years.

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