The Galaxy Note 9 is expected to sport the Infinity Display 2.0 design that made a cameo in the Galaxy S9 and S9+, but with tougher frame and cover glass, and either in-display finger scanner, or a more orthodox one on the back, depending on which rumors one picks to believe. The Exynos 9810 and Snapdragon 845 go without saying with their 2nd-gen 10nm process, and we might see 6GB RAM/128GB storage as the starting memory combo.
As for the camera, we’d be surprised if Samsung has developed something different than the excellent dual S9+ shooter specifically for the Note 9, so about the only hard to guess part is the battery capacity. This critical piece of the puzzle missing, may have just be revealed to be 20% larger than the pack of its predecessor. The S9 and S9+ have the same packs as their the S8 and S8+, so we didn’t expect any surprises from Samsung.
A leakster with a credible track record when it comes to Samsung’s upcoming phones and chipsets, now pegs the Note 9 to have a 3850mAh battery – much larger than the 3300mAh unit on the Note 8. In addition, they claim that Samsung’s upcoming S-Pen warrior will come with in-display finger scanner, after all. It should, the Mate RS just ate its lunch when it comes to ergonomic biometry.
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