Samsung Galaxy Note 9: A Legend in Making
It’s been just a couple of months since Samsung unveiled Samsung Galaxy Note 8 , and buzz about Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has already started making rounds.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Expected Features, Rumors and Leaks
Though, no official list of specifications is out yet, the note device has been subjected to several leaks and rumors about how power-packed it could be.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Release Date
As Samsung usually launches its Note device the in the latter half of the year, there are bright chances that the Galaxy Note 9 would also hit the road around late summer 2018. To recall, the Galaxy Note 8 was launched on 23 August 2017, therefore, we’d expect the Note 9 to be available around the end of September 2018.
Let’s have a guess how the device would look like in terms of design, configuration and other features.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Design
We haven’t been through any clinching tips surrounding what the Galaxy Note 9 might look like. Though, there are chances that the Note 9 could be a copy of Note 8 in terms of design. So, if we’re getting it right, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 might have very slim bezels at the top and bottom of the display for an almost all-screen front, along with a premium build.
Some tipsters claimed that the Note 9 will possibly feature a fingerprint sensor embedded within the phone display. We also have got clues that the Galaxy Note 9 will come with a built-in S Pen. The device already received IP68 certification, means it would be water and dust resistant too.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Display
The Galaxy Note devices are known for their big screens, and Samsung won’t be interested in ditching that norm as of now. Note series was launched with a 5.7-inch display, but with 6.3 inches, Note 8 changed the trend 8. Except screen size and display aspect ratio, both the devices almost had similar specs.
The Galaxy Note 9 and Note 9+ devices would possibly flaunt 5.8-inches and 6.2-inches. This is the screen size we are expecting with S8 and S8+ devices as well. We would also expect Galaxy Note 9 to carry Mobile HDR on board and a Super AMOLED panel for rich and vibrant colors.
As of now, we’re clueless about its resolution. There have been noises suggesting a 4K resolution for the Note 9, and as Samsung always sets the trend and follow them, Note 9’s resolution could be 2960 x 1440 pixels for a pixel density of 522ppi, very similar to Note 8.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Camera
The Samsung Galaxy happened to be the first Samsung device that got dual camera setup, despite the fact that Huawei, LG and Apple had already mulled on the feature long back. So, it’s quite possible the Galaxy Note 9 will continue to offer this feature.
With Note 8, Samsung first time brought stabilization feature to any of its devices supporting dual cameras. Apple, then, followed the suit and added the feature into the list. We’d therefore expect Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will continue with this feature, with some enhancements for sure.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 did commendable job on camera resolution and offered a brilliant user experience. Therefore, it’s tough to guess if Samsung will upgrade resolution of its rear cameras or the front-facing camera. However, we can expect key enhancements in Note 9 camera resolution, even if megapixels remain unchanged.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Hardware
We’re confident of muscular hardware specs with Samsung Galaxy Note 9, though, can’t tell what these features might be. There have been strong rumors about Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor in Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
On storage front, the Note 9 will surely get 6GB of RAM under its hood like its predecessor Note 8 had. Along with it, we’d also expect microSD support for storage expansion.
Again, as Note 8 was launched with a 3300mAh battery and USB Type-C charging support, it’s a fair guess the Note 9 will retain the same battery with both Quick Charging and wireless charging support.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Software
As we all are expecting the advanced Android in Samsung’s latest Note device, we’re sure the Samsung Note 9 will have Android Oreo with Samsung’s TouchWiz over the top. On software front, we’d also expect a few extra enhancements and a refreshed look compared to the Note 8.
All that we guessed above are speculations based on tips and rumors, but for now, don’t expect anything official.