The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the next big Android smartphone that will be launching in 2018.
The Galaxy Note 9 showed up at the FCC a month earlier than the Galaxy Note 8 did.
According to some rumors, the smartphone might be announced on 9 August in New York City.
That's great news for of big-screened mobiles fans, as the Note 9 is expected to have a sizable 6.4in display, bigger than the Note 8's 6.32in.
Let’s now go into more details about the Galaxy Note 9.
There's no official information about how much the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will cost when it goes on sale. However, keeping in mind the pricing of its predecessor, the price is expected to start at $950 in the USA.
The Galaxy Note 9 is expected to ship with a new version of Samsung's S Pen stylus that comes with more advanced features. While it’s still unclear about what these features will be, early rumors claim that the S Pen stylus will feature Bluetooth, which would make the pen to be used as a wireless speaker and as a microphone for making and receiving phone calls. The new S Pen is expected to be the most exciting feature.
The handset is expected to adopt Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 platform, like Galaxy S9 and S9+. The software is also expected to have some very significant upgrades. Samsung mobile chief DJ Koh has already confirmed that Bixby, the next version of the company's virtual assistant, will debut on the Note 9.
Other than that, the rumors state that the design will have only some slight changes.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could end up having a more conservative upgrade from Note 8 that we expect. The latest leaks state that Samsung is saving its in-display fingerprint sensing solution for the Galaxy S10 and even though it was believed to be introduced in the next Note device, this will not be the case.
A large 4,000 mAh battery might be featured.
There are a lot of features that make the Samsung Note series unique, and one of those has been the huge batteries. The Note 7 initially had a 3,500 mAh battery but after those started exploding Samsung decided to play it safe in 2017 by featuring a 3,300 mAh in the Samsung Note 8.
Rumors suggest that Samsung will be upgrading in 2018 to a large 4,000 mAh battery.
Samsung Note 9 is going to have a RAM of 6GB, storage of 64GB to 256GB and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor, 3.5mm headphone from previous releases with a loudspeaker, and a USB Type-C port.
The Galaxy Note 9 is also expected to be released in red, blue and black colors.
A 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio is expected to be featured on the Samsung Note 9. A 2960x1440 pixel resolution is very likely to be featured.
Despite all of what we have outlined above, there’s no doubt that Note 9 will be one of the most powerful smartphones of 2018 and we’re very excited about new leaks and official announcements.