The rumours surrounding the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 don’t seem to be dying down. The phone will be the second flagship that will be launched by the company this year, after having already unveiled the Galaxy S9 smartphone earlier.
There have been many leaks and renders of the Note 9 surfacing all over the internet. The most persistent rumour has been that the Note 9 has been tipped to come with a 4,000 mAh battery. This has been backed by many publications who have spotted the Note 9’s support page online.
Although it should not be advised that Note 9 have a bigger battery (as we all know what happened with Galaxy Note 7 smartphone), however, the fact also remains that Samsung devices also have one of the worst battery lives in the smartphone industry. This has to do mainly with the fact that Samsung’s UI is one of the most task-heavy ones among all others.
It would help immensely if the phone had a 4,000 mAh battery, making it last the entire day. We can only hope that Samsung incorporates the entire battery without the risk of it blowing up somewhere.
Then there is the fact that the Note 9 has been tipped to have the same smartphone screen size as it had last year. This doesn’t make a lot of sense since the phone basically has the same display as the Galaxy S9 Plus. The Note 9 will obviously be priced higher than the S-series smartphones due to the presence of the stylus and some other features exclusive to the Note series.
The display will, however, be Samsung’s curved signature infinity display which was also part of the Note 8 last time around. Samsung is at the forefront of making some of the best OLED displays there are so we can expect that the Note 9 display will be amazing.
As a matter of fact, Samsung OLED panels are so good that the South Korean smartphone makers biggest global rival, Apple, has used their OLEDs in the iPhone X. However, the high cost of the iPhone X has deterred many buyers and Samsung is actually left with more OLEDs than it can sell. This could be used in the Note 9 smartphones and might see a slight reduction in the phone’s price.
Other things that are also assumed is the fact that the Note 9 will have the Snapdragon 845 SoC and also come with dual-cameras. In the software department, we can be quite sure that the Note 9 will come with Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box. The Note 9 is also tipped to come with a dual-front facing camera, though it can’t be correctly stated how reliable these claims are. In the coming days and weeks, we are sure to have many more leaks and rumours surrounding the device.
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