Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumoured to look alike Note 8

James Marshall
May 12, 2018

Aiming to disrupt India's mid-segment smartphone market, Samsung is set to launch four new smartphones - two each in Galaxy "A" and Galaxy "J" series - this month. The same source claims that not only will it not have a in-display fingerprint sensor, it has very few new features full stop and is only a small upgrade on the Galaxy Note 8. The fresh development emerges weeks after a Galaxy Note 9 variant with model number SM-N960U surfaced on Samsung's official support page in North Africa and South Africa. The device appears to be identical to that of its predecessor. The smartphones will feature Samsung's super AMOLED "Infinity Display" - bezel-less screen that creates an immersive viewing experience.

According to the score, the Galaxy Note 9, earned a score of 2411 on a single-core test and 8712 on multi-core performance.

If this render of the upcoming phablet is genuine, then it can be said that company will not bring any notable design changes this time.

The listing on the CMIIT site, as by folks at LetsGoDigital, doesn't reveal any details on the part of specifications, price, and availability of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

It had been rumoured that the Note 9 would include a fingerprint built into the display, but it now looks like that will not be the case, with the design expected to be nearly identical to the Note 8. As the front appears to be similar to the Note 8, the rear is believed to be like the S9.

Other than that, just expect a slightly improved processor and camera with the Note 9 being seen as a incremental tweak from the Note 8, rather than a major update.

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