Samsung is expected to launch its next-gen Galaxy Note 9 flagship sometime this fall.
As you might expect, this speedier chipset requires more power. 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.
It has previously been reported that LG would also manufacture displays for the 2018 iPhone lineup, but it appears the company is not yet capable of reaching Apple's high demand, hence the reason Samsung is instead set to become the sole OLED display provider once again. For individuals who incline toward a Galaxy S9-sized leader, S9+ has a huge 6.2-inch show.
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15 April known insider Evan Blass announced the code name of one of the most anticipated mobile devices this year - Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Instead, it's expected to commence early next month after a scheduled downtime at Samsung's factories in order to complete any iPhone X display orders that may remain. Last year's Galaxy Note 8 had a 3,300mAh battery. This means that the Note 9 will be the first Samsung device from Samsung to offer such a feature.
The Galaxy Note 9 will hog all the limelight when it arrives later this year. The device is rumored to run Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 or Samsung's in-house Exynos 9810 chip depending on the region. Plus, of course, the Galaxy Note 9 will also feature the S-Pen stylus which can be used to take notes. According to KGI Securities, the trump card of the Note 9 will however be the in display, fingerprint scanner on the Note 9. According to Twitter tipster Ice Universe, the handset would pack a 4,000mAh or 3,850mAh battery.
Earlier, Ming Chi Kuo, the analyst at KGI Securities, stated that the Note 9 would come with a design similar to the Note 8. The device would run Samsung's custom UI on top of Android Oreo, though it should receive the Android P update soon after launch.