The Galaxy Note 9 is coming soon, but the Galaxy Note 9 is not exciting enough. That's what smart phone shoppers say they're always looking for a brand new design. The Galaxy S9, an almost identical copy of the Galaxy S8, but with much better specifications and features, did not become a bestseller that Samsung wanted. The grade 9 should not do better than its predecessor.
New reports from South Korea show that Samsung is looking at the Galaxy S + phones for a more uniform version of Galaxy Note and Galaxy S looks more and more like the note.
The technology is so advanced that it is possible to produce all-screen smartphones with tiny irises. Whether you bend the edges of the phone to achieve the result, or whether you put a notch on it, today you can make a relatively compact phone with a big screen.
Right now, the Galaxy Note is the only advantage over the Galaxy S Plus's S Pen.
The Galaxy Note 9 will have the same specifications as the Galaxy S9 + and a similar size. The new Note's 6.38-inch screen is slightly larger than the Galaxy S9 +'s 6.22-inch screen and almost as tall as the Galaxy S1
After The Bell 's Samsung has been investigating for some time, whether the two flagships too a single product, but there is no final conclusion on this matter. The talks are not just internal, Samsung has also talked to partners.
One strong argument is that Samsung could lower development costs, especially in a saturated smartphone market, where buyers keep their devices longer than before
Another argument is that Samsung will launch foldable phones as a pilot next year but foldable phones will become mainstream in the years after. The Galaxy X is said to have a 7-inch display that's as big as a small tablet when it's unfolded, as well as a much larger battery. Larger screens and larger batteries are two features that were once only available on Note-size phones. The Galaxy X will hit the market in early 2019, soon after or before the launch of the Galaxy S10
Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 may help Samsung decide whether to unify the Galaxy S Plus and the Note series. Samsung is expected to launch three different Galaxy S10 versions next year, including the Galaxy S10 +, which can easily accommodate an S Pen pen.
But Galaxy Note 9 should not break any records. Another story about The Bell says that Samsung wants to sell the phone at least as good as the Note 8. Samsung has shipped 11 million Note 8 devices last year, and it plans to mark just a million more 9th for sale units this year.