Samsung has already started working on the new Galaxy Note smartphone, expected to launch sometime this fall. The Galaxy Note 9 codename "Crown" indicates that the company wants to position it as the best phablet and re-establish its supremacy in the smartphone market. Samsung's mobile business head DJ Koh has told media that the Galaxy Note 9 would come with an upgraded Bixby 2.0 AI assistant.
Huawei's recently announced P20 Pro also features a 4,000 mAh battery with this latest device being applauded in reviews for its ability to last long into a second day without needing to be charged. The screen size of the flagship model will be 6.4 inches.
Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ handsets are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset in North America, while in other parts of the world, Samsung uses its own Exynos 9810 chipset. Students can exchange this phone with high-end smartphones from Samsung's Galaxy S, Note and A series.More news: How Manchester City celebrated winning the Premier League title
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.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims the Galaxy Note 9 would not feature an in-display fingerprint solution because Samsung is still experiencing "technological difficulties" with the feature. Also on offer is 16GB of internal storage which is further expandable via a microSD card.More news: Walking Dead's [SPOILER] Actually Survived the Season 8 Finale
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. Another difference is that the Samsung Galaxy S9+ has a Ram memory of 6 GB while the S9 has 4 GB. On Twitter, he posted the battery cell information of the upcoming device, which puts Note 9's battery capacity at 3,850mAh.
This Note 9 battery news comes at a bad time for Samsung.More news: Trump 'morally unfit' for office - fired FBI chief