These include free V-Bucks, free skins (it's unknown if they're exclusive to this version or not) and more. Samsung has also traditionally included a microSD card slot on their Note series, so that should help too.
But now, it looks like the South Korean seem to have finally summoned the courage to make improvements to the battery capacity in the upcoming Galaxy Note9. The idea is that Samsung might release a gaming phone in 2019, and that it'll be the same device as the so-called "Galaxy X" with bendy, folding display. In the runup to the unveiling, the company is releasing a trio of teaser videos to increase the hype around its next flagship.
The:30 teaser portrays that familiar modern day fear of a smartphone battery dying at a bad time.
The Galaxy Note 9 - and possibly some other goodies - will be unveiled at 1am on August 10th AEST in NY. Well, rumour has it that the company has incorporated 4,000mAh battery, 700mAh (21-per cent) more than its predecessor, which will be enough to last a one and half day under mixed usage.
The global launch event organized by Xiaomi in Madrid, Spain on July 24 went extremely successful and introduced two new ... The sites confirm that both the the phone and tablet will have the ability to use the DeX desktop UI by simply connecting the devices to a display via their USB Type-C port and a DisplayPort-enabled adapter. There have been reports of Samsung moving to 128GB internal storage for the base variant of the Galaxy Note 9, up from 64GB inside the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy Note 8.
There's also word that Samsung is trying to talk to Tyler "Ninja" Blevins to possibly be at the device's launch party to hawk Fortnite, since he's one of the best players to do it.