There we go, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumors are finally upon us!
Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus are easily two of the best smartphones on the market at this point. Surprisingly though, they’re not selling as well as Samsung expected it to, and the Korean firm is definitely not happy about it. So, they are reportedly jumping the gun and preponing the manufacturing process of the Galaxy Note 9.
This is according to a report from The Investor that says, “…Samsung Display will start producing OLED panels for the Note 9 in April, two months earlier than the usual June. This means the next-generation Note can be released as early as July or August.”
And now, two oft-reliable tipsters have come forward revealing a couple of key specifications of the upcoming Note 9. According to MMDDJ, the device will have a 6.4-inch screen upfront rocking the same aspect ratio as its predecessor, the Note 8. For comparison’s sake, the Note 8 features a slightly smaller 6.3-inch screen with a display resolution of 1440×2960 pixels. The source, however, did not spill the beans on whether or not the device will house an under-the-display fingerprint sensor.
The other rumor, courtesy of Ice Universe, suggests that the Note 9 will feature a huge upgrade when it comes to battery capacity. The tipster tweeted that the handset may likely feature a 3800mAh or 4000mAh battery, which undoubtedly is huge in comparison to the 3300mAh on the Note 8.
Besides that, a GeekBench listing has already revealed that the device will house Snapdragon 845 chipset under the helm along with 6GB RAM.