The Galaxy Note 9 has been certified for commercial distribution by the Chinese Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (CMIIT), suggesting that Samsung may be preparing to launch the handset earlier than expected.
This information corroborates a report claiming Samsung regularly updates its Galaxy Note series in September will launch the Galaxy Note 9 in July or August to bring Apple's much-rumored trio of iPhones to market ,
Much of the chatter we have The wind so far suggests that the Galaxy Note 9 is an iterative upgrade built on the fundamentals of the Galaxy Note 8 – both cosmetic and internal.
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Most of the changes that Samsung made are said to have taken place under the hood, with the device being equipped with an in-screen fingerprint reader such as the Porsche Design Huawei Mate RS, a Snapdragon 84 5 CPU and 6 GB of RAM
However, the inclusion of a fingerprint sensor on the screen is very uncertain. Some analysts believe that the company was forced to postpone the technology for below-average performance in testing, while others say it survived.
The Galaxy Note 9 is also equipped with a larger battery than the Galaxy Note 8 Ante from 3300mAh to 3850mAh or even 4000mAh, according to reliable Tipster Ice Universe – although that is far from confirmed.
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