Posted October 08, 2018 09:51:31 A little more than a month after the launch of Samsung’s new flagship smartphones, the Samsung Galaxy S8, the company is finally getting its first real flagship-to-tablet hybrid device, the S8+.
This is not just any smartphone.
It is a phone with a touchscreen.
And a touchscreen display.
And it is a tablet, too.
The Samsung Galaxy Note8 will be available in two configurations.
One will include the Galaxy Note 8’s larger 6.2-inch QHD+ display, while the other will have the larger 6-inch screen.
The Note8’s smaller 6.3-inch display will be an option for the smaller 6- and 6.5-inch tablet versions.
The Galaxy Note9 will feature a 6.7-inch 836 x 1,440 QHD display, which is the same panel found in the Note8 and Note8+.
The Note9’s display is not yet available in a variety of configurations, but Samsung has said that it will be.
We are waiting for more details about the phone’s display.
In the meantime, the Galaxy S9 is the most affordable Samsung smartphone available.
It’s currently available for $650 on Samsung’s online store, but the company will likely sell it at a discount.
For the full specs, including pricing, see Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 review.