Last week, Nashville Chatter came across an unreleased version of Samsung smartphone which carried the model number SM-G8750 and rumour has it that Samsung may roll out a mini variant of the Galaxy S9.
These are two sources that have hit before, but there are no guarantees that they are in accordance with Samsung's plans for the Galaxy Note 9.
However, what makes the mention of a battery upgrade for the Note 9 somewhat controversial is the fact that it quite contradicts another rumor that claims the phone might feature an in-screen fingerprint sensor as well. The Galaxy S9 features the same specs, so the new smartphone won't be any smaller than the flagship.
According to a Chinese mobile tipster called Ice Universe-with a decent track record for accurate leaks-Galaxy Note 9 is expected to come with a bigger battery, possibly a 4,000mAh or 3,840mAh unit. The successor Galaxy Note 9 will take a major jump over the antecedents' battery limit with a 4000mAh battery, as per the leaks, It is also said to have been outlined remembering the battery-related disaster Galaxy Note 7 arrived in.
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In terms of optics, it has dual rear camera setup with 12 mega pixel primary camera and a secondary 12 mega pixel camera. The secondary camera could have 8MP with f/1.7 aperture. If this is anything to be trusted, the Galaxy Note 9 would be the main premium Galaxy Smartphone to pack such sort of battery. About its security features, it has iris scanner along with a rear-facing fingerprint. Connectivity options of the Note 9 could be Bluetooth 5.0, Wi-Fi 802.11, a/ac/b/g/n/n 5GHz and MIMO. The phone also comes with Samsung's trademark always-on functionality. In the first benchmarks leak, the key specifications of the Galaxy Note 9 have already been revealed - 6GB RAM, Android 8.1 Oreo and Snapdragon 845.
The Galaxy Note 9 is expected to follow the same design strategy as the Galaxy S9 duo, which some might find disappointing.
The Galaxy Note 8 is further backed by a 3,300mAh battery.