Samsung Galaxy Note 9 cases are on sale prior to phone launch this week

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Samsung’s next flagship smartphone is going to be announced this week but a case manufacturer appears to have leaked new images and cases for the expected Galaxy Note 9. It has happened owing to the numerous leaks prior to the official launch of the smartphone, almost everything from the looks to the price of the phone has been leaked beforehand.

We are still two days away from the official announcement of Samsung’s next phone yet the smartphones cases are already out in the open. Case manufacturer Olixar has made cases available for sale with images of what appears to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. There are plenty of leaks and rumors surrounding details of the phone, but this is the first time you can pre-order accessories for it.

The cases highlight some of the features we can expect from Samsung’s new flagship. For example, despite a recent trend for devices without headphone jacks the case clearly shows a space for a headphone jack on the right and a pen on the left-hand side (when viewed from the back), and this is what appears to be an identical arrangement to last year’s phone.

Similarly, the top front appears to have the same number of cameras and sensors as the old Note 8.

Just a few days ago, Samsung accidentally leaked the video of its flagship phone Galaxy Note 9. The brief teaser shows the overall design of the phone. It is important to note that the Korean giant had already leaked the flagship through a pre-order announcement. The new teaser showed off the yellow stylus that comes with the blue edition of the phone having 512GB version with support for up to 512GB microSD cards.

Samsung will officially launch the Note 9 on August 9th, at an Unpacked event in New York. The Note 9 is set to be one of the most-expensive smartphones of Samsung. The mobile is set to take the throne of being the most expensive phone in Pakistan from Oppo’s latest flagship, the Find X, which retails for Rs.129,999.

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