After a leak early in November that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 was coming in a sixth, yes, you read that right, sixth color, here comes some news just in time for a White Christmas.
Chinese sources are claiming that the Pure White version of Galaxy Note 9 is launching in Taiwan on November 23.
When Samsung launched the phone in early August, it came in four colors—Lavender Purple, Ocean Blue, Metallic Copper, and Midnight Black. Around six weeks later, toward the end of September, it became available in Cloud Silver.
This time, the Pure White version will be made available to aficionados. All of the colors come with a matching stylus, except the Ocean Blue version, which comes with a yellow stylus.
Last year, for the Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, Samsung manufactured a white Galaxy Note 8, but not for the public, as it was exclusively distributed to the members of the International Olympic Committee as well as participating athletes. This year, anyone should be able to get one, if they are willing to spring between S$ 940 and upwards for the 128 GB model and S$ 990 for the 512 GB model.
The specifications for the Galaxy Note 9 are as follows:
Screen size: 6.4 inches
Display Resolution: 1440 x 2960pixels
Pixel density: 514 ppi Rear camera resolution: 12 + 12MP
Front camera resolution: 8MP
Battery Capacity 400 mAh
Processor: Octa Core
Weight: 200 gm
Dimensions (W x H x D): 161.9 x 76.4 x 8.8mm
The phone includes a fingerprint scanner, heart rate sensor, LED notification light, facial recognition, and iris scanner