Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has now received an official support page on some country-specific websites.
The 64GB variant of Galaxy S9 is available on the platform for a down payment option of Rs 9,900 and subsequent 24 monthly instalments of Rs 2,499.
Stop me if you've heard this before, but Samsung's hottest new smartphone is rumored to launch well ahead of its due date. Thus, we can expect the Note 9 to launch in July or at least August 2018. This is because Samsung will reportedly start manufacturing the OLED panels for the Note 9 from April. But, don't be disappointed as Samsung could pull a last-minute surprise. This Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to release three new iPhones later in September, and, an early release of the Galaxy Note9 should give Samsung some profitable sales figures until the iPhones hit the shelves. Of course, battery size isn't everything and the phone's setup also contributes a lot to the battery performance. The Note 9 could be powered by Snapdragon 845 processor as that's the one powering all the latest flagship smartphones including Huawei P20, P20 Pro, Xiaomi Mi Mix 2S and Samsung's own Galaxy S9 and S9+. The Galaxy Note 7 is one such example, but we all know how that turned out. A few weeks ago, a report said Samsung ditched such plans, while a different rumor claimed that Samsung was still planning to include the feature. Apart from that, the report also states that the Note9 may not come with an in-display fingerprint scanner - something that many had high hopes for.