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South Korean mobile carriers earlier said preorders of the Galaxy Note 9 outperformed the Galaxy S9, which launched in March, although it fell behind last year's Note 8. However, the pricing details have not been revealed by the company yet and we are expecting an announcement in this regard soon. All Note 9 models get the same 8-megapixel front camera that was included in the Note 8. Powering the device is a 2,600mAh battery which should be good enough to offer a full-days use on a single charge. Important difference 9 from the Galaxy Note smartphone the previous generation is the stylus S Pen, which received the support of Bluetooth. Now equipped with Bluetooth technology you can use the accessory to either help you capture the ideal selfie or regular photo as well as perform other actions.

The Samsung Galaxy A8 Star comes in a standard 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage variant, which can be stretched to 400GB via microSD card.

Galaxy Note 9 is equipped with Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 845 CPU.

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The Indian military also opened an air base August 20 to commercial flights to help bring in relief goods and fly out residents. At Kerala's Cochin International Airport, runways are underwater and it is expected to remain closed until August 26.

The first change is that the device has a 6.4-inch display. Other colour variants expected to launch on August 9 include - black, gray, blue, purple, and brown. You can go around and have fun with the Note9, and perhaps do all the insane things that we did during our in-depth review of the Galaxy Note9. The 128GB model will cost you $1000 while the 512GB phone will cost $1,250 respectively. The smartphone will be available on Amazon India, Flipkart, Paytm Mall and Samsung Mobile Store.

Previously, the ZTE Tempo Go was released which also runs on Android Oreo's Go version. It comes with Bixby and smartthings hub built-in for home automation. All versions of the smartwatch are compatible with Android 5.0 and up as well as iOS. We had some hands-on experience with both, and we can assure you won't be disappointed at all.