Friday, 13 April 2018

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaks Suggest 6.4-Inch Display, 4000mAh Battery

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaks Suggest 6.4-Inch Display, 4000mAh Battery
Image Courtesy: Samsung (note 8 image is for demonstration purpose only.)

The South Korean tech giant may launch its flagship smartphone Galaxy Note 9 earlier than usual in 2018.

Amid a bunch of leaks, the successor to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is grabbing the attention for the introduction of in-display fingerprint sensors. However, this is yet to be confirmed by the company.

It has been also reported that Samsung may introduce the Galaxy Note 9 with the “new technology”, but many have deflated the rumors. The freshly leaked details are not in reference to the in-display fingerprint sensor, but about the display itself. It suggests that the Galaxy Note 9 will have a bigger 6.4-inch screen. Another report hints at the device battery to be a whopping 4000mAh.

According to a twitter post of a famous leaker, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will have 6.4-inch display rather of the 6.3-inch screen. Also, the Infinity Display 2.0 design is expected to make its mark for the first time with the Galaxy S9. But the display may see slightly trimmed bezels in comparison to the Galaxy Note 8. Though the modification may seem small, it is enough to widen the difference between the Galaxy S9+ and Galaxy Note 9.

Coming to another tipster who claims that the Galaxy S9 9 will sport a larger than usual battery. He hints that the device may well have either a 3850mAh battery or the company could be planning a 4000mAh battery unit as well. If the rumors see the dawn of truth, the battery would be largest ever on a premium Galaxy smartphone, however, the number is anytime bigger than the 3300mAh of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

To summarize our findings so far, on some country-specific websites, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 received an official support page. It is also anticipated that the Galaxy S9 will be packed with a Snapdragon 845 SoC with a 6GB of RAM, and it will run on Android 8.1 Oreo.

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