Now that we know that the Galaxy Note 9 was officially launched on August 9, we can really deal with the rumors of how Samsung's next big cell phone wow … or disappoint us. Let the real speculation begin.
The Galaxy Note, which is referred to as its trademark digital pen, is the pinnacle of Samsung's technology for the year. The note is usually the phone Samsung stores its best technology to fight iPhone and Pixel, and buyers, when the holidays roll.
Rumors are still a mess at this point – will the hint 9 have a fingerprint reader with subscreen or not ?! ̵
By far the most juicy rumor points directly to the signature detail of the note, which makes it different and more powerful than any other Galaxy S phone: the S Pen pen. A Leaker claims that the Grade 9 S Pen will finally learn skills beyond writing, drawing and navigating.
Keep reading for my thoughts and the best rumors that are coming out before the official launch of Grade 9. Look over more often! This list will be updated as new rumors arise.
Reading : Six Things the Galaxy Note 9 Should Have  Editor's Note : This article was originally published on June 13 and is updated regularly
Is this the Galaxy Note 9 with a yellow S pen pen?
Earlier this week, the ever-prolific, mostly-accurate Leaker Evan Blass tweeted a picture of what is supposedly the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Front and back!
In addition to the expected dual camera array and the back fingerprint reader, the S pen pen (heh) is worth mentioning. It is yellow, which is in contrast to the blue body of the phone in the picture. And makes sense when you get the invitation image for Samsung's.
Confirmed: Samsung's announcement is scheduled for August 9
The rumors were just right.. I would say there is a 99.99 percent chance that the device in question will be the 9th grade, starting on 9th August. Nice symmetry, right?
9/9 at 9 o'clock would have been even better, but with the introduction of the iPhone usually around the same date in September, playing chicken with Apple is a risky business. Samsung would not dare plunge into this popular competition. Usually, Samsung may pre-order its touch phones until Apple even announces its next round of iPhones.
August 9 is early for a note start, which usually takes place at the end of the month rather than at the beginning. The grade 8 of last year was announced on August 23rd. But there is a precedent for an early revelation. The unveiling of Grade 7 took place on 2 August 2016. Critics hinted at the rush order as a reason that [Anm. 7] units are literally going up in flames .
We will try not to draw too many parallels about the early start of Grade 9.
Unfortunately, the invitation does not provide much clues as to what we will see on the phone. It focuses on a button that is rendered in a yellowish gold color. This could be a button on the side of the phone, or it could show a close-up of the S pen stylus itself. Mysterious, in fact …
It will almost certainly be called the Galaxy Note 9
It is not necessarily true that the grade 9 will be 9.
Just because the last phone in this series was Grade 8 and the previous one was Galaxy Note 6 in favor of the name Note 7; some suspected that it would numerically match the iPhone 7.does not mean that Samsung would not skip a number to rename its phone. Samsung canceled 2016
The Note 9 S Pen could help you to photograph and control music
The integrated stylus of the Galaxy Note records and writes with 4,096 pressure levels. It also helps to keep your screen clean by navigating around. The S Pen is already a smart pen, rumored to get smarter with Grade 9, but not just because it's a pen.
According to Twitter leaker Ice Universe will be the S-Pen of Grade 9 a Bluetooth-connected device that can serve as a remote control for other non-writing functions. For example, you might be able to click on the pen to take a picture when your phone is on a tripod, or to advance your song.
I would be pleased if Samsung made the tip of the S Pen pressure-sensitive enough to erase errors, as you would with an analog pen. (Cue the "Back in my day" diatribe.)
Whatever Samsung does with the S Pen, it is important that the action is not easily accidentally triggered. Because that would be really annoying.
The grade 9 could turn their dual cameras to the side
Dual cameras on the Note 9 are pretty much a sure thing. Note 8 was Samsung's first mobile phone to add portrait mode, and the Galaxy S9 Plus also has the setup. Samsung moves forward, not backwards.
A picture of OnLeaks and @ 91Mobiles shows a Galaxy Note 9 with side-by-side cameras instead of a vertical stack, as we see on the S9 Plus. (For more information about cameras, see the wishlist below.)
Will the grade 9 have a score? Doubt It
Google has accepted the trend of Android scores, but that does not mean that Samsung will. The cut out screen design gives you a "bigger" screen that you can work with by stretching the sides of the screen around the cutout where the camera lens, speakers, and other sensors live.
But there is an extremely high probability that Samsung will keep score 9 score-free and instead use the note as a way to mock the iPhone X and other notched Android phones.
After all, the score was an important part of a recent Samsung ad that struck iPhone speed. and the herd of Apple in general.
That is, a patent application exists for a Samsung phone with a notch design. And then again a notch loose with holes that are cut instead of a screen cut in the display.
It's likely to have a headphone jack
The Galaxy Note and Galaxy S phones have been so safe by far, and Samsung bosses have publicly stated that they are proud of the headphone jack. Samsung delivers its wired AKG earphones along with the Galaxy phones in the box.
It could come in these five colors
A rumor from the German side All About Samsung suggests that the Galaxy Note 9 could come in black, gray, lavender (similar to the Galaxy S9 "purple lilac"), light blue and brown. Some of these shades might have iridescent properties like the Galaxy S9 phones and other Samsung models.
Based on previous Galaxy phones, I think it's pretty good that Note 9 will retain the shiny look of Samsung, which can change the color of the phone when you turn it in the light.
Note 9's rumored in-screen fingerprint reader does not look good
Many rumors (such as those from Korea's "The Investor" and from the "Leak Tweeter" Ice Universe ) suggest the Galaxy Note 9 would have burned a fingerprint reader into the display, much like the Vivo X20 Plus UD (the worst phone name ever) and the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS (wait, I'll take that back).
I really want this to happen.
The current word, however, is that Samsung has pulled the feature for now and will be saving the in-screen fingerprint reader (now a) for the Galaxy S10, which would be a pity, since the Note Series is usually leading the way with Samsung's new features.
On the other hand, Samsung can not afford the embarrassment of a bug if the in-display sensor does not. Ultimately, it's better to make good use of this feature than the first.
Instead, a fingerprint reader on the back
There are rumors that the physical fingerprint sensor is stored under the camera The prolific Ice Universe tweeted that Grade 9 and Grade 8 would look almost indistinguishable , and also released a leaked case that allegedly fits into the Galaxy Note 9 which reads one for a rectangular fingerprint uh, Samsung's bevo pulled form. Remember that a case maker could easily render renderings based on rumors and speculation; That's not necessarily the true deal.
Still, it would be a good decision to centralize the fingerprint reader, which would override the most annoying and unnecessary Grade 8 design flaw.
Will the grade 9 have a foldable display? ? Not very likely
The other characteristic that guarantees that the grade 9 is placed in the lights is by far the least likely.
We know that Samsung is working on a foldable phone and has gone far enough to apply for a patent for some design scenarios. I would be speechless if that actually happened (rumored we will not see a Samsung foldable phone by 2019).
In short, it's not Samsung's style to take such a big risk on his note phone. The tech giant is far more likely to launch a separate foldable phone to test the waters and collect feedback for working out wrinkles.
Samsung has long quoted Galaxy Note users as its most loyal, and any problem with a foldable touch could permanently alienate buyers who were already burned by the Note 7 fiasco.
Galaxy Note 9 could mimic the grade 8
What could the grade 9 look like? Note 8. The speculation points to a Galaxy Note update that has similar dimensions and design to last year, but again with a fingerprint reader sitting under the dual-camera array, as in Note 8.  A possible rendering of the Galaxy Note 9 shared by Mobile Tipster Ice Universe suggests that Note 8 and Note 9 are virtually indistinguishable, adding that the new note is 2mm could be shorter than the grade 8 .
Software from Bixby AI continues to live
Samsung's Bixby software is now an integral part of the game Galaxy phones' high-end segment, which means that its presence is a foregone conclusion, even though the head of the AI Center at Samsung Research did not say we would see an improved version on the next flagship you disable Bixby or not.
Bixby could take advantage of better natural language speech processing, improved noise reduction and faster response times.
Remember that Bixby 2.0, the current version, is not just for Samsung phones. This is Samsung's vision for its entire ecosystem of devices, like Google Assistant, Apple's Siri, and Amazon's Alexa AI Sidekicks pushing into the house through smart speakers and other devices.
I would expect the Bixby button to return to the left side of the Galaxy Note 9, and I would be overjoyed if Samsung would allow you to program this key to anything other than Bixby to open. although I seriously doubt that this will happen.
Read : 10 Bixby Tricks You Need to Know
What about a Samsung version of FaceID from Apple?
If we think that Note 9 will start, it will almost be a year since the iPhone X debuted with FaceID, and still no direct competitor to challenge Apple's safe level of face unlocking. Note 9 would be Samsa's chance to react.
The Galaxy S8 phones and newer phones offer you some options for unlocking your phone with your face, but only one of them, iris scanning, is secure enough for mobile payments. That's a pretty good bar as these things go.
Iris scanning uses technology other than Apple's FaceID, which uses a 3D front camera and 50,000 infrared points to image and verify that you are your face.
The Galaxy Note 9 represents an opportunity for Samsung to also incorporate a 3D camera, and the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor that Samsung is expecting (the Galaxy S9 already does) supports Apple-like technology.
There is little doubt Samsung and others will want to use a 3D camera, but after losing a lawsuit and having Apple pay $ 539 million for patent infringement, I can not blame Samsung for being cautious.
Will Samsung AR repair Emoji? do you accept Apple's Memoji for iOS 12?
Gawd, I hope so. Samsung made 3D avatars first, thanks to its AR Emoji feature in the Galaxy S9 camera. But the disturbing images tricked us, and Apple's new Memoji avatars in iOS 12 are already better at some important things.
Samsung can fix AR Emoji in two ways. The first is through software fixes that add more customizations. The second is when touch 9 gets a 3D camera that would give Samsung's emoji-generating engine more data when scanning your face to make your avatar.
Reading : How the Worst Feature of the Galaxy S9 Was Made by Oscar Winners
The Note 9 is not started with Android P
Sorry, but it is Of course . Google's Android P software update does not even have a name – it will beor pudding or something by the time it comes on its first phone later this year, probably in the fall around the time, who announced the Google Pixel 3 & # 39; s.
But the Galaxy Note 9, and a bunch of other Galaxy phones, including the S9 and S9 Plus, are sure to get the final Android P software in the next few months. Unfortunately, Samsung is not known for very timely Android updates.
Note 9 camera wish list
Samsung's industry's first dual aperture lens on the Galaxy S9 will certainly also come to a grade 9, but I think the companies could bring the technology a step further by taking dual aperture too the front camera brings.
The iris helps determine how much light your photo gets, and in general, the more light you put in, the better. A front-facing camera with two openings can automatically help make selfies brighter, even without a flash blinding your eyes.
Hopefully, Samsung will also fix the camera app of the Galaxy S9, which switches too fast between the camera modes, if you do not plan it.
Samsung plans to improve the Note 9 camera, according to Bloomberg
Note 9: How Much Does the Next Galaxy Cost? Galaxy Note 8
Galaxy Note 8
AT & T: $ 950; Verizon: $ 960; T-Mobile: $ 930; Sprint: $ 960; US Cellular: 963 US dollars
AT & T: $ 880; Verizon: $ 864; T-Mobile: $ 849; Sprint: $ 850; US Cellular: 834 US dollars
AU $ 1,499
Phones are not getting cheaper. In fact, the Galaxy Note 8 costs significantly more in some markets than the Galaxy Note 7.
We can assume that the Galaxy Note 9 will float in the same environment as the Galaxy Note 8, even though prices will go up due to higher prices Could Dual Climb Camera
Other Guzzled Galaxy Note 9 Specifications
Perla Shaheen contributed to this review.