A leaked image of the retail box for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has revealed the specifications of the smartphone ahead of the launch later this week.
The leak comes via SamMobile, and while confirming what a lot of rumours and predictions had already suggested in the run up to the launch, the specs reveal the phone will boast a 6.4imn QHD+ Super AMOLED screen (bigger than the Note 8's 6.32in offering), 128GB internal storage and a massive 4,000mAh battery.
Another specs highlight is a 12MP dual-lens rear camera, with one lens sporting an f/2.4 aperture and the other being able to switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4, the same camera setup as seen on the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus.
The box specs list also confirms that the included S Pen will indeed be able to double as a remote control this time around.
Other specs mentioned in the leaked marketing material include the same AKG-tuned speakers as found on the Galaxy S9, which uses the earpiece as part of the stereo speakers, as well as an iris scanner, IP68 water and dust protection. Samsung Pay and wireless charging are also supported, it says.
Samsung confirmed that the Galaxy Note 9 will make its debut at on 9 August at a Samsung Unpacked event in New York, before it goes on sale two weeks later on 24 August. The launch will be live-streamed with the event set to kick off at 4pm UK time.
According to several reports earlier this year, pricing for the Galaxy Note 9 will start from €1,050 (£935), which will bag you the 128GB variant. The highest-spec 512GB model will reportedly cost as much as €1,250 (£1,115).
However, a leaked pre-order poster from Indonesia claims the 128GB and 512GB models will fetch around £714 and £926 SIM-free, respectively.
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