Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Rumours and release date

The rumour mill of the smartphone world is abuzz with speculation on the latest in the Galaxy Note series from Samsung. I take a look at the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumours to see what delights could be heading our way.

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Specifications

 

The latest rumour that has surfaced comes from Android Headlines and hints at a Note 9 with an impressive 8GB RAM and 512GB of onboard memory. This will beat the current flagship Galaxy S9 if true which has 6GB and 256GB.

 

Review Samsung Galaxy Note 8

 

The phone could come with those specs for certain markets only. Samsung has released different versions for different locations so we don’t know for sure if this is what the UK Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will get.

 

The Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be released with the same processor as the Galaxy S9. That’s the Snapdragon 845 or Samsung’s own Exynos 9810 chip depending on where you are.

 

Bixby 2.0 will be on board and as previous news has shown that this digital assistant version will be a big improvement it should make the Note 9 even more appealing.

 

 

Galaxy Note 8 display

The Note 8 came out with a 6.3-inch display so the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may get a slight bump up to 6.4-inches if the rumours are true. The usual slimming of bezels and design trickery should get the bigger screen in the same chassis size as the previous release.

 

The battery is expected to be a big 4,000mAh power pack and the fingerprint sensor is expected to built into the display.

 

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release date

 

The much-anticipated release of the Note 9 is expected to follow previous product launches. If that is the case then we should get an official event to reveal the device towards the end of August. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will then be available to buy from September.

 

Galaxy Note 8 performance

 

Do you have a Galaxy Note? Will you update to the Note 9 when it is launched? What do you want to see on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9? Share your thoughts below or join the conversation on Google+.

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