Samsung mistakenly listed the Galaxy Watch on its USA website right next to the Gear S2. The Samsung Galaxy S9 even beat the iPhone X in the Consumer Reports smartphone ratings in April, when it also supposedly surpassed iPhone X sales. It's therefore no surprise that the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be offered in Midnight Black as well.
Oh, and it'll nearly certainly support wireless charging; we know this from a leak of Samsung's Wireless Charger Duo, whose box art mentions the ability to juice up a phone and a Galaxy Watch simultaneously.
There has been considerably less information leaked about the Galaxy Watch than what we've seen regarding the Galaxy Note 9. This means that not only the Galaxy Note 9 - which is expected to rock the Snapdragon 845 in the USA - but even existing smartphones using Qualcomm's silicone could be treated to the new tech. However, it's unusual to see that Samsung skipped a 256GB storage variant and chose to equip the top variant with 512GB storage. Now a leak suggests that Samsung will launch a 512GB storage variant of the smartphone. However, the rumour mill has already been pouring several details about the Note 9, including a slightly updated design, new S Pen, and the coloUr variants of the flagship phablet.
According to a report from WinFuture, the 9th generation Galaxy Note will also be available in Lilac Purple colour. It's like Samsung said "alright, we need to smear Apple. go!" without any direction on actually displaying their product in a glowing light - you know, with comparisons or something.
As the SamMobile report still referred to the device as the Galaxy Gear 4 on its previous report, the new sighting meshes with earlier rumors that suggested a rebranding for Samsung's smartwatch line, according to The Verge.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumoured specifications includes 6.4-inch QHD+ AMOLED Infinity Display panel (1440x2960 pixels) with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio, Android 8.1 Oreo, cta-core Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. The phone is expected to launch in total five colors.