As is usually the case with Samsung, while the Galaxy Note 9 will nearly certainly be available in at least five different color options - all of which are shown here - there are no guarantees all colors will be available in all markets. The Galaxy Watch and a Galaxy Tab S4 are also rumored to be part of the Note 9 Unpacked event. Samsung dominates the Android ecosystem, and at the moment, Fortnite dominates the gaming world.
As for the cases as you can see we have a pretty standard range, with a regular silicone protection sleeve, a folding stand case, a fold-out stand, and the LED panel case to get notifications without having to turn your phone on.
Of course, the last time Samsung tried to put a big battery into a Galaxy phone, it notoriously didn't go so well. These include free V-Bucks, free skins (it's unknown if they're exclusive to this version or not) and more.
Gaming phones appear to be an attractive new smartphone niche with companies like Razer, Xiaomi, and most recently Asus, putting in considerable development resources to create powerful and attractive gaming designs.
So there you have it.
The report indicates that Samsung plans on launching pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 9 on August 14, following its unveiling on August 9. That means other Android owners won't get to play until late September.