Published: Fri, July 27, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Grace Becker

Samsung holding separate launch event before Unpacked and IFA, but what for?

Samsung holding separate launch event before Unpacked and IFA, but what for?

The event will be live-streamed through their YouTube channel, so if you're interested tune in and check it out or if you're needing your sleep we'll have it summed up for you when you wake up.

Samsung's second Galaxy Note 9 teaser video poses the question 'Phone too slow?' while showing devices struggling to download files and stream, with the user turning off all background activity in an attempt to speed things up.

Samsung has two flagship lineups that it updates annually, the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series.

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.

As for the cases as you can see we have a pretty standard range, with a regular silicone protection sleeve, a folding stand case, a fold-out stand, and the LED panel case to get notifications without having to turn your phone on.

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The:30 teaser portrays that familiar modern day fear of a smartphone battery dying at a bad time. Although, with all indications pointing to an August 9 unveil date and an August 24 release date, firm color and availability information for the next Samsung Galaxy phone is expected to come through soon enough.

It's unclear as yet what device Samsung will be unveiling through this video preview. Is the phone a mix of both?

Samsung is releasing a series of teasers leading up to its Galaxy Note 9 Unpacked event on August 9. It'll also reportedly have 128GB of storage space and 6GB of RAM, making it the most powerful Samsung mobile device yet.

XDA Developers' source also tells them that Epic and Samsung are hoping to get Tyler "Ninja" Blevins, the top Fortnite streamer on board to promote the launch, possibly at Samsung Unpacked 2018.

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