The day Samsung fans have been waiting for has finally arrived as the company has announced its latest flagship, the Note9. The phone will feature a 6.4" Quad HD+ Super AMOLED display with 2960x1440 resolution and a pixel density of 516 ppi. It will come in a 128GB model and 512GB model and of course will hav microSD compatibility for up to 1TB of storage.
It will also boast a 4,000mAh battery, the largest ever on a Samsung phone, a 64-bit Octa-core processor, 6GB of RAM on the 128GB model, 8GB of RAM on the 512GB model, wireless charging, a 12MP rear camera, 8MP front camera, and all the usual high-speed cellular and wireless connectivity you could possibly need.
Samsung also used the event to announce the Galaxy Watch, which boasts a battery life of up to 80+ hours and LTE connectivity to keep you untethered from your phone. The watch will come in a 42mm or 46mm case size and will feature various watch strap options, a rotating bezel, an always on display, and they've even emulated the watch tick of an analog watch and designed dials with a depth that looks as if you have a mechanical timepiece on.
For those who want a deeper dive into the specs, the watch will feature a circular Super AMOLED display, which will be 1.3" in the 46mm and 1.2" in the 42mm. Both will feature the protection of Corning Gorilla DX+ glass. The 46mm watch will have a 472mAh battery while the 42mm will have a 270mAh battery while each will be powered by a Dual Core Exynos processor and the LTE model will feature 1.5GB of RAM and the Bluetooth model will have 768MB of RAM, both watches will have 4GB of onboard storage.
Both the Note9 and Galaxy Watch will be available on Friday, August 24th in the USA.