Samsung may be preparing for the launch of Galaxy S9 these days, but the rumor mill has already started working on the next major flagship of the company, which will be Galaxy Note 9. And it also makes sense, because to a large number of users Galaxy Note series matters more than Galaxy S series. So here we’ll take a look at all the info which has been uncovered till now about this great Samsung phablet. Let’s begin:
While it’s too early right now to talk about the features of this device, there’re a number of interesting features that are rumored to be included in it. They include:
Other general features will include Bixby, Samsung Pay, a smarter S Pen and so on.
While not much is known about the specifications of Galaxy Note 9 as of now, there’re a few things which are doing the rounds of the rumor mill. The biggest one among them is the presence of a 10nm Exynos or Snapdragon 845 chipset. According to rumors, this will be the 2nd generation LPP processor, and therefore it can bring considerable power efficiency and performance improvements. This chipset is likely to be coupled with 6GB RAM to provide an experience that’s smoothest ever for tasks of almost any kind.
Other specs will become more clear when new leaks come out, and we’ll update you with them as we get to know.
Samsung has a tradition of launching Galaxy Note devices in August or September, and right now there’s no reason why company would not want to launch Galaxy Note 9 at the same time. So we’re most probably looking at a launch between August – September, post which device may be released for purchase in all major markets.
Since this will be the best of all flagship smartphones launched till date by the company, completely packed with solid specs and features, expect it to cost more than $1,000. That’s the easy part. The difficult part is predicting how much more will it cost than this base price of 1k. We’ll get some idea about it after the launch of Galaxy S9 and S9 plus as Samsung and rumor mill both will pay more attention to Galaxy Note 9 then.