Korean tech giant Samsung’s flagship Galaxy S 9 and S9 Plus is still booming. With this, another series has become very popular with them. The note series means something different. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s incoming message says that the new flagship frenzy will not stop.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Meanwhile, Samsung has opened official support pages of Garage Notes 9 on certain countries’ websites. In the latest activity, a handset model of the Galaxy Note is shown in SM-N 960U. Recently ‘gicbench’ has detected that this is the Galaxy Note 9.
The upcoming version of the note series will naturally be strong. Qualcomm Snapdragon has already spread rumors of 845 SOC chipsets. However, the Global Model Xins 9810 will come with the SOC.

AndroidDo.com also said that Galaxy Note 9 is said to be based on Samsung’s North Africa and South African website. The page also contains SM-N 960U model number. The last ‘U’ letter of this number will tell the Snapdragon 845 SOC. Apart from that, Samsung’s historical record says that the Skins chipset models come with ‘F’ or ‘F / DS’ in their names.
Details about the official support page specification. However, Gigabench said that Snapdragon will come with 845 SOC 6 GB RAM. The phone will come with the Android Oreo 8.1.

Galaxy Note 9 release date

In recent years Samsung has shunned September’s IFA tradeshow for its new Note launch in favor of an Unpacked event held a few weeks earlier in August. In 2017 we saw the Note 8 launch on 23 August and go on sale on 15 September. (We won’t embarrass the company by talking about the Note 7 launch). In 2018 we had expected to see a Note 9 announcement at the end of August and an on-sale date mid-September.

The cost ofGalaxy Note 9

People were shocked by the RRP of the Galaxy Note 8 when it was revealed it would cost £869. But on closer inspection, we found it worth every penny.Expect the Galaxy Note 9 to once again come in at £869.

The new features are expected in the Galaxy Note 9

Some things are certain, such as the fact the Note 9 will see a performance upgrade – we expect the second-gen 10nm Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (and the latest Exynos chip in certain territories), along with 6GB of RAM.
The most exciting rumor by far is that the Note 9 will have an all-glass front, with a truly bezel-less design. It will achieve this by embedding the fingerprint scanner into (or rather under) the display, and also integrating the camera and sensors here. The Super AMOLED screen will most certainly act as a light source for the sensor.