Samsung Galaxy Note 9 August 9 Launch Date Reiterated; Gear S4 Said to Join New Phablet

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is foreseen to make a big appearance on August 9 at an "Unloaded" occasion in New York. In front of any formal declaration, a report from South Korea has repeated the launch date that was reputed already. It has additionally independently been accounted for that close by the new Galaxy Note model, the company is launching the Gear S4 in August. This new smartwatch will be the successor to the Gear S3. Not at all like the past model, the new offering is said to have an application processor constructed utilizing Panel Level Packaging (PLP) to empower a more slender profile alongside a less expensive cost over the predecessor.

Referring to individuals familiar with the advancement, Korea Herald reports that Samsung is set to launch the Galaxy Note 9 as its another premium leader on August 9, two weeks sooner than the Galaxy Note 8 launch. Bloomberg's Mark Gurman tipped a similar launch plan not long ago, additionally referring to individuals familiar with the issue.

Aside from the launch plan, ETNews independently reports that Samsung will bring the Gear S4 close by Galaxy Note 9. The new smartwatch model is said to have a SoC in view of PLP process. This will empower the company to construct the Gear S3 successor with a more slender outline. Further, the new procedure will diminish the cost of the SoC. This could drop the launch cost of the Gear S4 in correlation with the cost of the Gear S3. Remarkably, the Gear S3 has launched in January a year ago at Rs. 28,500.

The South Korean news source hasn't determined any details about the specifications of the Gear S4. Be that as it may, tipster profile conveying the username of Ice Universe in a Weibo post as of late claimed that the new Gear S smartwatch will accompany a greater, 470mAh battery contrasted with its predecessor that had a 380mAh battery. With PLP SoC and a sufficiently huge battery pack, we can securely assume that the new model will convey multi-day of intensity on a solitary charge. Be that as it may, this won't be an achievement the same number of smartwatches accompany a similar battery life.

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