Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Order Page Is Live

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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.┬áNow 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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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Pre-Order Page

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