The specifications and key features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 were described in detail in a practical coverage by the Russian tipster Eldar Murtazin. The new development begins shortly after Samsung officially unveiled the second edition of its Galaxy Unpacked event, showcasing the new Galaxy Note model. The event will take place on the 9th of August. The South Korean giant recently also invited media to launch Galaxy Note 9. It is rumored that the device has a similar design to last year's Galaxy Note 8, but contains a larger battery and more color options than its predecessor.
Murtazin claimed to have spent some time with a pre-production unit of the Galaxy Note 9 in the US. The first preview showed that there were minimal differences between the design of the Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy Note 8. The tipster pointed out that the new model has a similar "Super AMOLED" equipped "Infinity Display" panel on its predecessor back in August last year. However, the weight of the Galaxy Note handset of the next generation due to a larger 4000mAh battery pack should be slightly higher than that of the 3300mAh battery pack of the previous year's model. There is also a horizontal dual back camera fixing instead of the vertical dual back camera setting featured on the Galaxy Note 8. It is also reported that the rear camera device has variable aperture assistance, similar to the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 +. [1
In the US and South Korea, the Galaxy Note 9 is said to have a Qualcomm SoC while its global versions ship with an Exynos SoC. Murtazin also explained that the base version of the device would have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard memory, though it would also come in 8GB of RAM and 256GB of memory as well as 8GB of RAM and 512GB of memory configurations. All of these variants also have microSD card support for memory expansion. In addition, the Galaxy Note 9 should contain some Samsung Experience tweaks with newer UI animations.
The new Galaxy Note Series model, the Galaxy Note 9, is said to have completely redesigned the S Pen stylus to include Bluetooth support and the ability to unlock the handset with the press of a button remotely. The Russian Tipster also points out that there will be some working models to specifically attract business users. Remarkably, the official invitation of the Galaxy Note 9 showed a look at the new S Pen to propose its new offerings.
On the display section, Murtazin pointed out that the same Super AMOLED panel was introduced as last year. The Galaxy Note model offers improved visibility of the sunlight. The prototype device also included an updated always-on ad. The source, however, believes that the technology was not yet ready for the masses and could instead debut on the Galaxy S10.
Murtazin states that the Galaxy Note 8 broadcasts have already been stopped and only a few units are left in stock. This makes sense as Samsung plans to launch the Galaxy Note 9 units in global markets, and the new model will not have a completely new experience over its predecessor.