This might be a new variant of the rumoured Galaxy S9 Mini

  • This might be a new variant of the rumoured Galaxy S9 Mini

This might be a new variant of the rumoured Galaxy S9 Mini

The Galaxy Note 9 is said to arrive in the same timeline this year as Note 8, and the Korea Herald predicts the late August launch for the smartphone.

There's a growing number of people who want a mobile phone, but don't necessarily want the smorgasbord of distractions, or pricey data bills, that come with owning one. A previous design render of the Note 9 had also revealed the top and bottom bezels further reduced to nearly being non-existent.

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It might still be a few months away from a formal launch, though Galaxy Note 9 rumors have already started hitting headlines. It will be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor or an Exynos 9810 processor for the Indian market. Smartphone makers like OnePlus, Xiaomi and Honor have also launched a red colour variant of their popular smartphone but, nothing quite like the Burgundy Red found on the Galaxy S8. Before dwelling into further details, it should be noted that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is also tipped to come with in-display fingerprint sensors which might be the reason why the South Korean multinational might be going for a bigger display.

This is Samsung's first ever budget device to sport a rear-placed dual-camera setup and a selfie flash, both at the same time. The front selfie shooter will include an 8 MP sensor having f/1.7 aperture. It comes with 32GB of internal storage coupled with 4GB of RAM. In comparison, the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro featured an HD (720x1280 pixels) Super AMOLED display. With the smartphone, Samsung has managed to strike a ideal balance in all the aspects of the design.

According to the recent rumors, Note 9 will boast a 6.4-inch display, slightly bigger in comparison to the 6.3-inch of the Note 9.

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