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New Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leak shows prices for 128 GB and 512 GB models, interesting color names

New Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leak shows prices for 128 GB and 512 GB models, interesting color names
Samsung is almost ready to announce a new Galaxy Note flagship smartphone - most probably called Galaxy Note 9. While we're still more than a week away from the announcement event, we know plenty of things about the Note 9, as leaked details and images have been abundant lately. 

The newest Galaxy Note 9 leak reveals the phone's launch prices in Indonesia, as well as the official names that some of its color variants will have: Mystic Black, Engineered Blue, and Artisan Copper. According to the promo poster seen below, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 128 GB will cost 13,500,000 Indonesian Rupiahs - that's about $936 USD at today's exchange rate. The Galaxy Note 9 512 GB will be significantly more expensive at 17,500,000 Indonesian Rupiahs - about $1,214. In case you're wondering, a Note 9 64 GB doesn't seem to be in the making.

All in all, as previously reported, we're certainly expecting the Note 9 128 GB to cost a bit less than $1,000 in the US, with the 512 GB model being about $200 pricier. European prices are bound to be slightly higher, but that's another story. 

Apparently, in Indonesia, both the 128 GB and 512 GB versions of the Galaxy Note 9 will come with free Samsung TVs as pre-order gifts. While this is likely just a local promotion, it's highly probable that the Note 9 will come with some gifts in the US, too, possibly including a free Gear S3 watch.

Samsung is already praising the Galaxy Note 9, presenting it as the only device you need for "work, play, and everything in between." At least for some customers, the new phone may very well be that, but we won't know until the device hits the market. Meanwhile, if you're curious about the changes and new features that Samsung's next big thing is supposed to bring, read our Galaxy Note 9 rumor review.

source: @bang_gogo (Twitter)
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