A new report has just popped out from the Samsung’s realm in South-Korea. This report confirms the previously outed date for the Galaxy Note 9 arrival on the market – August 24.
As you can see on the image above, the date for the release of the King of Phablets is clearly written on this promotional poster made by KT (South Korean carrier). Since the same date was previously revealed by a Polish Samsung Employee, and now the same date is said to apply to the Korean market, we can assume that’s when the device will be ready for the rest of Globe.
Of course, if the demand is high, the release can be delayed, but August 24 still fits as the best estimation of when the device will be available in the stores. The official unveiling for the smartphone, in counterpart, will reportedly happen on next week – August 9.
In South-Korea the pre-orders should start on August 10. There Samsung will be providing a set of free gifts for those who order the smartphone, namely one or more of the following: USB Type-C converter, transparent jelly case, car charger, wireless charger, screen protector, glass screen protector and smart ring. Worth mentioning that those freebies are limited to those buying the Note9 at KT and we have no idea if the package will include one, two or three of the listed gifts.
Worth mentioning that Korean will have an exclusive version of the Note 9 that will feature 8GB of RAM and 512GB of Storage. Elsewhere, the manufacturer will keep the 6GB + 128GB variant. That will come alongside the newest Bluetooth powered S-Pen, 4,000mAh battery, specs that Samsung is betting high to push forward the Galaxy Note 9 against the rest of competition.