Samsung Galaxy Note 9 which is due to be launched on 9th of August will be similar to the Note 8.
Since the Note 9 is close to getting launched, we have put our hand on a lot of leaks which confirms that the handset’s design will be similar to its predecessor with an addition of a larger battery and screen and some other features.
When Samsung announced their event in August, they have posted an invitation which features a golden S-pen which is expected to come with the new phone.
Samsung got us used to the launches of their devices being in late August, but it happens earlier this year because the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) had already granted approval on April to Samsung’s SM-N960F, SM-N960X and other models who are said to be the new Note 9 and its variations.
Galaxy Note 8 Glass and Metal Design
According to rumors and leaked information, Note 9 will have Note 8’s glass and metal, dual-edge design while the S-Pen will have its location in the same bottom right-hand corner. Due do its a 6.38-inch display instead of 6.3-inch the phone will be more significant. It comes with a super AMOLED touchscreen which supports 16M colors with a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels and an aspect ratio of 18.5:9.
Even though we have heard rumors about an in-display fingerprint sensor, Galaxy Note 9 will not come with one because the supply chain does not have enough time to manufacture the number of such sensors needed. Samsung confirmed though that these sensors will be featured on the Galaxy S10 in early 2019. The sensors mentioned will be relocated below the camera instead of next to it. Note 9’s iris scanner will also be bigger as seen in a leaked photo.
Other features of Note 9 are a 12-Megapixel primary camera that can switch between a f/1.5 and f/2.4 aperture, and a secondary 12-Megapixel, f/2.4 aperture camera with 2x optical zoom. Both feature AR emojis and super slow-motion videos.
Some other major improvements to the Galaxy Note 9 is a larger battery a capacity of 4,000mAh (compared with the 3,300mAh battery of the Note 8). This device also supports video playback of up to 25 hours, and in addition to this, both wireless charging and quick charging should be supported.
To sum up, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will have better features but will look similar to its predecessor.