Though we may only been seeing some peripheral changes with this phone, bigger is what the Note 9 is all about; the battery, bigger; the screen, bigger; and the storage, you guessed it, bigger.
The Note's signature S Pen, now in brighter colors like yellow and purple, packs a smarter punch than its predecessor.
There'll be a second version, however, for those who really do refuse to compromise.
The Galaxy Note 9 with 512GB of storage will be carried by AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and U.S. Cellular. In case you aren't able to catch the live streaming for some reason, you can follow our live blog below to catch the updates live.
The carriers are likely to announce specifics of their payment plans, promotions, and more this morning.
Epic says more information will be coming next week. Speaking of which, the Note 9's Super AMOLED Infinity Display is as excellent as ever.
Finally, we have the Galaxy Note 9's camera performance. We will send you an email invite as soon as you can play.
Eager customers can pre-order the Galaxy Note 9 starting tonight at midnight (12:01AM EDT). After all, Samsung claims an all-day battery life with the Note 9.
Samsung unveiled the Galaxy Note9 and it will be in stores on August 24 (thats two weeks from now).
To tempt you into preordering, there are some deals to sweeten the price. There are three different ways to interact with the button (press and hold, single tap, double tap), each of which will perform a new action depending on how you customize it. Only 102,000 AKG noise cancellation headphones, 46,000 Game Bundles, and 36,000 Bundles will be made available, according to the company. Epic will be giving away 15,000 V-Bucks (on top of the Galaxy skin shown below) to anyone who pre-orders the Galaxy Note 9, should you choose that pre-order option between August 10th and August 23rd. It has the right amount of heft and the display is still the one of the best you can get on a smartphone.
As you'd expect, there's no shortage of official accessories for the Note 9. European markets are also expected to miss out on the copper color option.
Unlike previous Notes, there'll not be a complex Samsung DeX docking station. Priced at $11.99 and available through Samsung direct, it includes on-site technical support and assistance, along with a replacement device if yours breaks.
Unfortunately it is not instant access, and you will need to sign up with your email to be added to the waiting list. This hasn't been confirmed by Samsung yet, but that's what was rumored before the event in NY.
The new Note will support up to 1 terabyte of memory - it will have a 512 gigabyte version that will support an additional 512 GB memory card - the source said, making Samsung the first major smartphone maker to sell a 1TB phone.