At the request of Evan Blass, the code name of Samsung Galaxy Note the 9 is the Crown, which translated into Russian language means "Crown".
The latest scoop concerning the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 came fron the known tech tipster Ice Universe. According to a tweet from an anonymous leaker @UniverseIce on Twitter, the Galaxy Note 9 could include either a 3850mAh battery or 4000mAh battery. If such number is not stunning enough, Ice Universe also tipped that a Galaxy Note 9 model could get a whopping 4,000mAh battery, which is the largest that a Samsung device could ever have.
If Samsung can create similar performance with the Note 9 it could make this smartphone hugely desirable.
Regarding their screen size, the Samgung Galaxy S9 has a 5.8-inch screen while the S9+ has a 6.2-inch screen.
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While it's still not confirmed, Samsung is likely to launch the Galaxy Note 9 as early as July or August. Earlier this year, the guys at XDA Developers published the codenames for 26 unreleased Samsung devices. Samsung is calling the Galaxy Note 9 "Crown" internally, which shows that the company wants to position its next flagship as the best phablet in the market.
A recent report has suggested that Galaxy S9 handsets bought in the United Kingdom and Europe might be noticeable worse than purchased elsewhere, new battery life tests have revealed. Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are still expected to be the best-selling Android smartphones of the year, many analysts predict. However, it is reassuring knowing that you have more power since 2GB of RAM for a smartphone seems to be important.
Samsung typically uses different processors for different markers around the world. The display curves gradually on the edges, like the Galaxy S9.
Strategy Analytics also conducted a recent battery life test that compared the Exynos Galaxy S9 against some of its top competitors.