Stop me if you've heard this before, but Samsung's hottest new smartphone is rumored to launch well ahead of its due date. New iPhones typically emerge from its cocoons in September, so the Galaxy Note 7 would have a significant head start if it came out in July.
The Galaxy Note 8 was unveiled on August 23rd, hitting stores on September 15th. Now that the flagship has been launched worldwide, the company is shifting its focus to its next flagship device, the Galaxy Note 9. The Investor only mentions the screen size of the handset, which measures 6.38 inches, or 0.06 inches bigger than the Note 8's screen. Apple reportedly plans to launch three iPhones this year - one with a 6.1-inch LCD display, and two OLED-based models featuring 5.85-inch and 6.46-inch displays respectively. The device is expected to be Galaxy Note 9 as the U.S. version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the SM-N950U. However, it doesn't match the might of 4,000 mAh battery being hosted by the likes of Huawei P20 Pro or Huawei Mate 10. Geekbench reveals that the Note 9 will be powered by Snapdragon 845 processor.
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The devices were launched in India earlier this month. Apparently, the display won't feature a built-in fingerprint sensor, which is the potential feature that has everyone buzzing.
That's all we know about Galaxy Note 9 at the moment. It's not clear if the Galaxy Note 9 will follow the same path or offer something truly different.