Samsung Galaxy Note 9′ Codename Revealed

Joanna Estrada
April 16, 2018

Galaxy Note9 (SM-N960U) codename is Crown.

Samsung has already started working on the new Galaxy Note smartphone, expected to launch sometime this fall. Notwithstanding, a "new" info about the device has been released online by Evan Blass.

It's hard to say whether this product will ever be released in the market. It seems that the Samsung Galaxy S9 does not need the extra 2GB for presenting an excellent performance.

Expect plenty more Note 9 rumours and leaks to be revealed in the coming weeks but it looks set to be one to watch out for. It has a 8-megapixel rear camera. For those who're not aware, Baikal is one of the largest lakes in Europe and Russian Federation.

Samsung has done a wonderful job of keeping the Galaxy Note 9 under the wraps, but the rumors have still surfaced and continue to do so. After all, the flagship is likely going to compete with Apple's 2018 iPhone X and Huawei's next Mate smartphone. This means that the Note 9 will be the first Samsung device from Samsung to offer such a feature. In addition, there are some leaked benchmark rumors stating that the Galaxy Note 9 will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon, 845 chipset and it will have a RAM of 6 GB. Comparing to the S9 the Galaxy S9 Plus comes with huge 6.2 display and the low light camera. One of the highlights of the device is its S Pen. Or kids could - radical idea here, we know - chew up time talking to each other on the device. Apparently, their listing hinted towards the Galaxy Note 9; however, it is confirmed now.

According to tipster Ice Universe, the smartphone will either sport a 3850mAh battery, or a 4000mAh battery. Just like the Galaxy S9, the display on the smartphone will also curve gradually at the edges.

While Samsung has been criticized recently for their iterative phones that don't bring much new to the table, the Samsung Galaxy X has remained a mysterious reminder that the Korean smartphone manufacturer still has some tricks up their sleeves.

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