Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Earlier Samsung already started teasing the new upcoming unpack event for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 we also got series of renders and specs leaked out in the past. Today one of the Industry Insider Eldar Murtazin from Russia got a chance for hands-on experience for the prototype model of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

As per his experience with the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has shared a detailed review on the website which has leaked some of the specs of the device. As per the source, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will not come with Bixby 2.0 as it is not yet ready and will have a new improved version of Bixby instead.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

As per the insider, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will resemble similar design as the predecessor and it is difficult to identify but the device will now have rear-mounted fingerprint scanner located just below the Dual rear camera which we saw on the renders leaked.

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The insider also told that the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is slightly heavier in weight and we also had rumors about the device will be fueled by 4000 mAh battery which turns out to be true as it will last up to 2 days on a single charge as per the source. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9  will have base 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage variant whereas there are reports about Samsung might even launch the device with 8GB RAM and 256GB/512GB internal storage options.

Eldar Murtazin also tells that Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will have the same display but is brighter than the predecessor and no all-display screen this time. He also told that Samsung is working on an upgraded version of Always-on display which will make its debut with 2019 flagship the Samsung Galaxy S10.

As per the source, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will also come with new improved S-Pen with Bluetooth connectivity and lots of new features. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will also come with AR Emoji which we saw on Samsung Galaxy S9/S9+ and might come with variable aperture Dual cameras but will have improved algorithms and optical stabilization when compared with Note 8.

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