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Reports On Galaxy Note 9 Leaks With Some Nasty Surprises

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Reports On Galaxy Note 9 Leaks With Some Nasty Surprises

The tech is supposed to delight us every time a new rollout hits users in reality. That’s the upside of it. Well, the world goes with the saying, every coin has two sides and it seems something similar has happened to Samsung Galaxy Note 9 as the leaks are pretty much confirming some of the nasty changes in the pipeline for this yet-to-be-revealed smartphone. 

Talking about the leaks that have hit the market, the case is getting worse with the smartphone developer. And, if some reliable sources are to be believed, Samsung is abandoning its best feature, the in-display fingerprint reader that till now used to be an impeccable hardware specification for the device. The ongoing reports are suggesting that Samsung will make no design change virtually to Galaxy Note 9. And as the reports are going “Note9 is 2mm shorter than Note8, and nothing more. You can't distinguish between them without careful observation.”

Galaxy Note 9

Img Source: Ice Universe

It all started with the tweet right from Ice University that keeps on revealing such changes in the device that are yet-to-be-revealed. 

Ice University didn’t stop there are went a step further to accuse Samsung of saving on manufacturing cost by not adding the specification to the hardware. Talking more about the concern, the revealer concluded company to become lazy by comparing its potential of what it can do and what it has done with a pair of photos. 

Well, deciding on the feature specification (of the new Galaxy device) is worth purchasing or not is a decision that depends largely on the users. So, the real effect of the design change will only be revealed after the users mark the same from their end. On the other hand, talking about Ice University’s revelation, the company has remained extremely accurate to point out either the design changes or the hardware glitch in some of the recent devices. This time it might go correct too but we need to wait for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release to realize if the revealer is accurate on all these facts.

Check out the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Concept by DBS DESIGNING TEAM

 

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