When you consider the Note 8 had a 3,300 mAh battery and less efficient processor this makes the life on the Note 9 very exciting indeed.
Samsung's announced that a new phone will be arriving on 9 August and it's a good bet that it's going to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. We expect to be introduced to the rebranded Galaxy Watch and a new tablet, but Samsung might have an accessory or two in store as well. The promotional poster also reveals that those who pre-order the Note 9 smartphone will receive a free TV from Samsung. The Note 9 with 128GB internal storage is priced at IDR 13.5 million which roughly translates to Rs 64,300. This could, however simply be an oversight, or a variable that's only applicable to Indonesia. As Samsung prepares for the official launch event in NY on August 9, the company last week announced the mass production of the 2nd generation LPDDR4X DRAM which is most likely to power the new Note phone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note series might be singing its swan song with the Galaxy Note 9, but the South Korean tech giant appears to be making sure that its final Note device would stay true to its trademark characteristics. The leaks majorly highlighted the design and key features of the next-generation Galaxy Note model that is set to. Specifications rumored so far for the Note 9 may offset the high cost for some users. The handset is also rumoured to have up to 8GB of RAM and as much as 512GB of storage option.
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On the rear-side, Samsung has trans-located the fingerprint sensor below the camera.
The device is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 in the United States and Exynos 9810 SoC in India and other global markets. The smartphone will also reportedly support Bixby 2.0 and will be fuelled by 4000mAh battery.