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The New Leak of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Confirm Considerable Upgrades

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may come packed with 8GB of RAM

The New Leak of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Confirm Considerable Upgrades

Samsung’s Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ are the current flagship device, but due to lack of any new design and dearth of exciting features, the smartphone wasn’t able to impact the mobile industry. To compensate the loss, Samsung got significant price cuts for S9 and S9+ at three major wireless carriers within a month of their release. There is no fun by crying over spilled milk. It will be better if Samsung moves on from its blunder and do something thoughtful. And with Galaxy Note 9, Samsung can unturn the erosion.

You can’t expect Samsung to be out of smartphone’s race; the South Korean multinational conglomerate is planning a big surprise with its upcoming flagship phone, Galaxy Note 9. In a recent leak by Ice universe, the new device is more like a massive handset, and if we go by the rumors, Samsung is planning to fit in everything massive in the new device.

Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 9 in the first week of the August. The release date is set to counter the new iPhone X launches. As per rumors, Apple is gearing up to launch a cheaper iPhone X and a Note-like iPhone X Plus.

In yet another tweet by Ice Universe, we can anticipate the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to have a dual-lens camera on the back placed horizontally, and a fingerprint sensor positioned centrally. The fingerprint sensor is placed right under the camera module that will make it easier for the user to reach.

Samsung will be expanding the Galaxy Note 9 screen to almost 6.4-inches. The one-inch change from the Galaxy Note 8 will let the Samsung add more space into its Android phablet smartphone. If we believe the Ice Univers’s report, Galaxy Note 9 will have 512GB of storage, combined with a microSD slot.

If we talk about the battery pack, Galaxy Note 8 has 3,300mAh battery and Galaxy S9+ packs a 3,500 mAh battery, so we can expect Samsung to offer bigger battery pack in the Galaxy Note 9.

Irrespective of everything, we have high hopes on the new flagship device from Samsung as it will ease the burden on the disappointing sale of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. The addition of new features will also provide Galaxy Note 9 with the much-needed punch that will make it a formidable contender in front of iPhone X.

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