Recently, we have seen several rumors and leaks pertaining to the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9. While the rumor mill is still on, the South Korean giant suddenly confirms the radical Galaxy Note 9 for the first time. Though Samsung doesn’t want to make it public, the news didn’t escape from the Dutch tech site GalaxyClub. They have spotted the Samsung to file official Samsung Galaxy Note 9 trademark in Columbia.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Is Now Officially Confirmed
With this information, the nomenclature of the upcoming Galaxy Note is confirmed to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The listing, however, doesn’t confirm many details rather than the Application date. However, it is sure the upcoming phablet-sized smartphone is going to be the exciting radical smartphone of 2018. The rumors further render that the Galaxy Note 9 will be the first smartphone from Samsung featuring an in-display fingerprint sensor. Though the company wanted to integrate the same in the recent Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9, it was unable to achieve the same. So, there is a lot of chances for the upcoming Note 9 to feature a fingerprint sensor in the display.
Moreover, the Galaxy Note series may even enjoy the new camera application from the recent Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus. It is likely to carry dual front camera which is one of the latest trends that almost many of its rivals are offering. We expect the Galaxy Note 9 to have the dual aperture rear camera with an impressive battery. Nonetheless, it is sure that the South Korean giant will prefer increasing the size of a display.
Whilst this year we can have a look at the same number series smartphones in both S range and Note range. Now, more questions roll out about the next flagship S10. Being a tenth model in the Galaxy series, there is even a chance to call it as Galaxy X. As for now, it seems the Galaxy Note 9 will carry also those impressive features from Galaxy S9 Plus. It may have a bigger screen, a dual rear camera with variable aperture and fingerprint scanner integrated into the display.