512GB Galaxy Note 9 Comes With Two S Pens In South Korea

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is one of the hottest phones around at the moment, and there’s something you probably didn’t know about it, in some regions, the Galaxy Note 9 comes with two S Pen styluses. Now, this extra S Pen is coming with a 512GB storage variant of the Galaxy Note 9, and not in all markets, not at all. It seems like this offer is limited to South Korea, as the two unboxing videos which confirmed the second S Pen were for the South Korean Galaxy Note 9 unit.

Now, in both of those unboxing videos, which are embedded down below, you will notice that the Galaxy Note 9 comes with a gray S Pen, which is pre-installed in the device, while an additional yellow / blue S Pen is coming on the side, inside of the retail box. It is not entirely clear why Samsung is doing this, but it’s probably just a perk for users which decide to get the highest model possible in South Korea, so that they can combine between two S Pens for the device, depending on mood / occasion. In any case, the Galaxy Note 9 was announced last month, and the device is actually quite expensive, if you’d like to get the most expensive variant of the phone, you’ll need to pay way over $1,000, as it costs around $1,200 in Korea, and it’s more expensive in other markets. In Korea, the base 64GB variant of the phone costs almost $1,000 ($979), while its price tag crosses the $1,000 in most other markets.

The Galaxy Note 9 is very similar to its predecessor as far as the design is concerned. The device is made out of metal and glass, it sports a curved display, and a dual camera setup on the back. A fingerprint scanner is placed in a far more convenient place on the Galaxy Note 9, compared to its predecessor, while the device also comes with some extra S Pen functionality, as it supports Bluetooth now. The Exynos 9810 and Snapdragon 845 fuel the Galaxy Note 9 variants, and depending on the market, you can get one or the other. The device includes 6GB of RAM, and a 4,000mAh battery… and if you’d like to know more, follow this link.

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