Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Soon Launch in White Color Variant on November 23rd
Evan Blass, the Famous phone leakster shared the alleged press render of the white color version of the Samsung Galaxy Note nine earlier this month. While Blass was not positive about the authenticity of the photo, Samsung has now announced that next week on 23rd November they will launch a pure white version of the Galaxy Note 9 in Taiwan.
The upcoming Pure White coloration version will be part of the present Midnight Black, Lavender Purple, Ocean Blue, and Metallic Copper colorations. In America, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been in the Cloud Silver color as nicely.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Pure White Variant Launching in Taiwan on November 23:
Samsung may introduce new White color variations of the Galaxy Note 9 (evaluation) in Taiwan on November 23. The launch of the new shade variation is predicted to help push the revenue of the flagship telephone in the United States of America in the course of the approaching excursion season.
For now, it seems that Taiwan may be the first market where the White Galaxy Note 9 variant will move on sale. However, we will anticipate the new color variation to be launched on a few different markets quickly after its advent in Taiwan.
So, Samsung has delivered just one new shade version for the Galaxy Note 9 – Cloud Silver. The Cloud Silver selection is currently the only one in the US.
Galaxy Note 9 White color variation may have 6GB RAM + 128GB storage version, similar to other coloration variations. Regarding hardware specifications as correctly, the White color variant may be identical to the different coloration editions.
Galaxy Note nine to receive Android 9 Pie Update Early Next Year:
The Samsung Galaxy Note nine is released with Android 8.1 Oreo-based totally Samsung Experience 9.5 out of the container. While a few Android OEMs have begun rolling out the Android nine.
Zero Pie to replace some of their fashions, Samsung is no longer planning to launch a stable Android Pie update for any of its devices this year. Instead, Samsung will be soon introducing the Android Pie for Galaxy S9, Galaxy S9 Plus, and Galaxy Note 9 smartphones early next year.
However, the South Korean corporation did release the Android Pie beta software for the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus owners last time, allowing them to test out the beta build and assist Samsung roll out the stable to replace it on time.