After the successful release of Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus, the forthcoming major mobile product by Samsung is the Galaxy S9 Note phablet. There’s a new unleash manifesting from China. The predecessor’s phones of this South Korean Company achieved great success and were among highest selling phones of the month, outperforming iPhone 8 Plus, iPhone X, and several other phones. Lately after a major leak that gave exposure of the most essential upgrades previous week, now everything is almost known about the Galaxy Note 9. One of the most riveting things, which the case leaks of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 reveal, is that of the placement of fingerprint sensor. The latest Galaxy Note 9 is all about size other than that, this time.
It’s almost inescapable; breaking news drops in from Ice Universe that owns a strong track record of Samsung, for those who are denying it. Earlier having disclosed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be available with a 512 GB storage capacity, leading the industry, the mysterious tipster has few things in store this time. It now made it transparent that the highest capacity option will only hold for South Korea and China. The fingerprint sensor is located at the back just like the past models, just a slightly higher if compared with Galaxy S9 Plus and S9. But this displacement of finger-print reader might be of little disappointment to the Smartphone user fans. Users were expecting it underneath the display area, but the case confirms it otherwise. The reveal also clears about the five physical buttons on the sides, among which four of them accounts for power, volume, and Bixby.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be released worldwide along with other enlargements that include a giant 3,830 mAh battery, maximized front camera, more RAM. One good thing is it will maintain its micro SD slot in Note 9. Note 9 i expected to have a sleek display with 6.3’’ QHD + resolution, powered by either Snapdragon 845 SoC or Samsung Exynos 9810 depending upon regions. As per new leaks, its launch is only two months away.
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