Among other features, the latest Android version includes Samsung Experience 9.0 that uplifts the original user interface and comes with an improved keyboard. The Galaxy Note 9 is due in the second half of this year and if a source with a somewhat solid track record is to be believed, Samsung won't be making any major design changes to the Galaxy Note 9.More news: Donald Trump's call on Iran gives India energy, connectivity jitters
According to a Samsung insider, the Galaxy Note 9 will have a display that will be bigger than that of the Note 8. This will be just like the Galaxy S9 series. Korean media has claimed that the Note 9 would be Samsung's first phone with an in-display fingerprint sensor. Notably, Vivo has already launched its X20 Plus UD with an optical fingerprint sensor. You can see two cellular strength indicators in the notification bar. Not only the S9, Samsung seems to be pushing things up and it could also launch the highly anticipated and rumored Galaxy S10 and all-new folding Galaxy X smartphones as early as January and the Galaxy X in February 2019.More news: Predators host Jets in monumental Game Seven
The display of the Note 8 was around 6.32 inches, while the Note 9 will come at 6.38 inches. There will be higher storage versions as well, and all of them will get a MicroSD card slot for storing additional data. According to the information we've gathered thus far, it would appear that it's going to be rather hard telling the difference between the Galaxy Note 8 and the Galaxy Note 9 - save a single, very much extremely, tiny detail. Samsung did not immediately respond when CNET reached out for comment on the Note 9 rumors. It is backed by a 3,700mAh non-removable battery. The device is powered with the Samsung's in-house Exynos 9910 Chipset, coupled with four gigs of RAM onboard. The Galaxy S9 Plus has a vertically arranged dual camera setup on the back. The rear single lens rear camera has a dual aperture of f/1.5 and f/2.4.
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