Samsung is very busy these days with their upcoming handsets Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. And along with these two, the South Korean giant multinational will also launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
Though the Galaxy Note 9 is a far away, rumors have started floating about the Samsung’s phablet. Just a few weeks back we informed you about the various leaks of the Note 9. And again rumor mills have garnered some more leaks of the Galaxy Note 9.
The Galaxy 9 is an ambitious project of the Korean Company and has been codenamed ‘Crown’ as reported by a Korean site, The Bell. Samsung has always codenamed their dream projects, for instance, Galaxy S8 was named as “Dream”, the Note 8 was named as “Baikal”.
It is expected that by August 2018, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be ready to be shipped. However, The Bell reported that the Galaxy Note 9’s pilot production will be ready for shipping in the first quarter of 2018.
The Samsung Galaxy Note is going to sport a huge OLED display of 6.9 inches with bezel-free Infinity Display. And the device will be powered by the most powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC which will be able to handle its own neural system to manage the Artificial Intelligence tasks.
The S Pen stylus is the signature feature of the Note series. Over the years the S Pen has gone through some major improvements. Previous month Samsung’s Global Product Planning Group announced that the stylus will be boosted in the upcoming phablet, however, they didn’t reveal many details.
The S Pen in Galaxy Note 8 comprises of 4096 sensitive pressure levels. And you can create GIFs and also send to your contacts. You can even draw doodles and quickly jot down notes on the idle screen with the Screen Off memo feature.
Ming-Chi Kuo, the security analyst predicted that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will sport the optical fingerprint reader which Samsung desperately wanted to include in its previous flagship handsets. If really the optical fingerprint sensor is implemented then it will be of a great help for the users. Not only will it enable to unlock their devices with a touch of a finger but also allow the users to make payments with a single touch.
Ming-Chi Kuo’s prediction seems to be coming true as Samsung has filed a patent with the Korean Intellectual Property Rights Information Service for an embedded pressure-sensitive Touch ID sensor. Most likely we can expect this feature in the Samsung phablet.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the first ever Samsung device to feature the dual rear cameras and it will be continued in the Galaxy Note 9 also. And we will see some major upgrades in the camera lens as Samsung is going to face some fierce competition from the best smartphone rear cameras- iPhone X and Pixel 2. It is expected that Galaxy Note 9 cameras will bridge the gap between smartphone cameras and DSLRs. So the Samsung phablet is going to sport a massive camera lens!
With the big brands launching some excellent gadgets we will get to some exciting and tough competition in the market in 2018.