Samsung Galaxy Note 9 USA carrier availability

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The new phone, the Galaxy Note 9, will be faster and will last longer without a recharge.

The New S Pen will have better accuracy and sensitivity, but the big change is that the stylus can be used as a remote control, thanks to Bluetooth connectivity. It will let users remotely control the Note 9's camera and switch between slides in a presentation, the company said. The Note 8 sported dual rear cameras and the biggest screen to date on a Samsung smartphone. Samsung will also make the device available from Amazon, Best Buy, Costco, Sam's Club, Straight Talk Wireless, Target and Walmart, as well as and the ShopSamsung app. On the front of the Note 9 is an 8MP camera for all your selfie needs.

Samsung finally unveiled its long-awaited Galaxy Note 9 smartphone, as it looks to keep pace with Apple in the high-end of the market.

The device comes in a fantastic high-end variant that features 8GB of RAM and 512GB of internal storage.

Since then, Samsung has subjected its phones to multiple inspections, including X-rays and stress tests at extreme temperatures. All of those features are packed into a body that offers IP68 water and dust resistance.

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Epic's Tim Sweeney announced at the Samsung Note 9 reveal event that the Android beta for the popular Battle Royale game is now live to all Galaxy users, and that it'll be coming to all Android devices later this week.

The Galaxy Note 8 (left) and Galaxy Note 9.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is due to be officially unveiled in NY today at 4pm BST (11am EDT). Now, if you don't want to pre-order your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (and miss out on the free gifts), the phone will be available for purchase online and in stores on August 24 for $33.34 for 30 months on an AT&T Next installment plan. With the Note 9, Samsung has added Bluetooth functionality to the S Pen. Pricing will start at $999.99 for the 128GB model and go up to $1,249.99 for the 512GB version. The 42mm size will be available for $329.99, and the 46mm variant will go for $349.99 in the USA on Amazon, Best Buy, and on August 24. There's been speculation - unconfirmed by Apple - that all new iPhones will ditch the home button and fingerprint sensor and rely entirely on facial-recognition technology found in the iPhone X. The Note 9 will still have a fingerprint sensor on the back of the phone. The new flagship will support T-Mobile's 600MHz LTE coverage.

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