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Samsung Galaxy Note9 could be launched earlier than expected, courtesy Galaxy S9
02 April 2018, 11:10 | Virginia Benson
Motorola outdid themselves with this impressive budget smartphone
Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 has been popping up with great frequency in the rumor mills nowadays, revealing a ton of information in the process.
The Samsung Galaxy S9 will go on sale just over a week ago, starting to grow into user complaints about incorrect work.
NextRadio has partnered with Samsung earlier this year to make sure that the future smartphones from the company come with FM tuning abilities. But the report says Samsung Display will kick off production in April, which would be about two months earlier than the usual June kickoff for Note series phones.
The Galaxy Note 8 was unveiled on August 23rd, hitting stores on September 15th.
The company would want to change that with the Galaxy Note9 which is expected to come with a slightly larger 6.38-inch Super AMOLED display (up from 6.32-inch on the Note8) and a be powered by an upgraded 7nm chipset.
Samsung has preponed the launch of Note series smartphone in the past and thus it won't be surprising if it does it again with Note 9. The device is expected to be Galaxy Note 9 as the U.S. version of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the SM-N950U.
There will be three storage variants of Note 9- 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. It was a mistake on Samsung's part to not include the feature on the unlocked devices. It's not clear if the Galaxy Note 9 will follow the same path or offer something truly different. It is not, however, expected to feature an in-screen fingerprint sensor.
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