Released code name Samsung Galaxy Note 9

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Samsung also has exchange offers for students aged between 18 and 21 on Galaxy J2 Pro by June 30. The Galaxy Note 9 codename "Crown" indicates that the company wants to position it as the best phablet and re-establish its supremacy in the smartphone market.

Samsung is expected to launch its next-gen Galaxy Note 9 flagship sometime this fall. The Galaxy Note 9 will succeed the Galaxy Note 8, which made its debut in August a year ago. The smartphone is fuelled by a 2,600mAh removable battery.

Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ handsets are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset in North America, while in other parts of the world, Samsung uses its own Exynos 9810 chipset. Instead, it's expected to commence early next month after a scheduled downtime at Samsung's factories in order to complete any iPhone X display orders that may remain.

It's not the first time we are hearing about the Galaxy Note 9 codename, though.

Expect plenty more Note 9 rumours and leaks to be revealed in the coming weeks but it looks set to be one to watch out for. The new report contradicts previous ones that claim that Samsung would not use the under-display fingerprint scanner due to technical challenges. It vibrates when someone makes a failed authentication and alerts the user. Last year's Galaxy Note 8 was internally known as "Baikal" to highlight its giant bezel-less display.

Earlier, Ming Chi Kuo, the analyst at KGI Securities, stated that the Note 9 would come with a design similar to the Note 8. Of course, the Note 9 will be accompanied by an improved S Pen stylus.

Along with this bigger battery another rumour doing the rounds is that Samsung will also increase the size of the display from 6.3-inches to 6.4-inches. The smartphone will be shipped with this coveted technology for authentication. It seems that the Samsung Galaxy S9 does not need the extra 2GB for presenting an excellent performance.



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