Samsung Galaxy S9+ Mini Got Revealed Before Its Launch

Run if your parents ever buy you this phone

Run if your parents ever buy you this phone

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be unveiled sometime in Q3 2018. However, it is reassuring knowing that you have more power since 2GB of RAM for a smartphone seems to be important. According to the tweet, the upcoming Note 9 will be codenamed Crown.

For one, there are rumors that the Galaxy Note 9 will come with an in display type of fingerprint reader.

This isn't the first time we're hearing that the Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 codename is "Crown". However, Korean site The Investor reported recently that Samsung Display had developed 3-4 ways to integrate the fingerprint reader under the display, and Samsung Electronics was seriously considering one of them for the Galaxy Note 9. Instead, it's expected to commence early next month after a scheduled downtime at Samsung's factories in order to complete any iPhone X display orders that may remain. Last year's Galaxy Note 8 was internally known as "Baikal" to highlight its giant bezel-less display. The screen size of the flagship model will be 6.4 inches. According to KGI Securities, the trump card of the Note 9 will however be the in display, fingerprint scanner on the Note 9.

Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ handsets are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset in North America, while in other parts of the world, Samsung uses its own Exynos 9810 chipset. Also on offer is 16GB of internal storage which is further expandable via a microSD card. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will likely come with a set of dual cameras on the rear.

Samsung already has a stellar line-up of devices with its Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S9 flagships considered to be some of the best smartphones money can buy. The S-pen will remain the same as before. On Twitter, he posted the battery cell information of the upcoming device, which puts Note 9's battery capacity at 3,850mAh. The device would run Samsung's custom UI on top of Android Oreo, though it should receive the Android P update soon after launch.

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