Samsung Wireless Charger Duo leaks, may launch alongside Galaxy

Joanna Estrada
July 23, 2018

This recent report from Korea claims that Samsung is seriously considering killing the Galaxy Note line-up.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 has been spotted in an unboxing video, that has confirmed numerous phone's specifications.

Previous renders also suggest that the South Korean manufacturer will launch the smartphone in five colour variants - Black, Silver, Lilac Purple, Brown and Coral Blue.

The report also claims that the decision will be taken after the Galaxy Note 9 launch, and will depend on how the market will welcome the phone. The device has been shown to sport a 6.3-inch HD+ Super AMOLED display with a resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels and a screen aspect ratio of 19.2:9. The design and build appears to be similar to the Note 8. The Note 9's front camera will be 8MP in size. The smartphone is likely to get a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC for the United States market, whereas in other countries it may have the Exynos 9810 processor.

While the base version will have a 6GB RAM/64GB storage option, it is expected to come with storage variants that offer up to 512GB of memory.

When the iPhone X was announced a year ago, Apple had also introduced its AirPower Mat which is created to charge multiple devices on a single pad.

Connectivity options on the Note 9 include 802.11 b/g/n/ac WiFi, Bluetooth 5.0, GPS, GLONASS, and NFC support.

The accessories inside are identical to Galaxy Note8's - AKG earphones, Adaptive Fast Charger, USB-C cable, USB-C dongle for file transfers and the phone itself.

The specs of the back of the box match those that are expected, although the camera details don't mention Dual Aperture or the Super Speed lens that makes Super Slow-mo video recording possible (both are mentioned on the Galaxy S9 box).

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