Information regarding the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been trickling out for weeks. As has typically been the case for the past few generations, a new Galaxy Note arrives a few months after a fresh Galaxy S has been released. The Samsung Galaxy S 9 and S 9+ have been riding high for a while now, so the company went ahead and made the Note 9 unveiling official by announcing an Unpacked Event, scheduled for August 9 in New York.
We’re sure most of you are aware, but for the uninitiated, the Galaxy Note series is Samsung’s flagship large-format device, or phablet. Whereas the Galaxy S series usually packs in the latest and greatest SoC, Android OS, and other technologies, like the current S9 and S9+, which feature the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, the Note is usually similar but with a larger screen, bigger battery, stylus support, and sometimes more RAM.