Samsung plans to release a variant of the Galaxy Note 9 with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage. That would be a big upgrade compared to the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9, making the smartphone more powerful.
Galaxy Note 9 512GB version coming
At least that’s what the Twitter-nice Ice Universe reports, which often talks about unannounced Samsung smartphones. The tweet shows that it is not entirely sure whether the 512GB version will actually come by, which mean that Samsung is working on it, but is not sure if the Note 9 in that configuration will be released.
It would be the first time that a Samsung Galaxy device gets 512GB and 8GB RAM. Generally, only the versions with 64GB are released in Nigeria, although the Galaxy S9, for example, have S9 Plus and Galaxy Note 8, for example, have support for micro sd cards. As a result, the storage can still be expanded considerably. Therefore, it is best that the Note 9 ‘just’ with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of expandable storage is released here.
More about the Galaxy Note 9
According to the latest rumours, the Galaxy Note 9 – just like the Galaxy S9 – looks very similar to its predecessor on the outside. This means that the smartphone has a front-filling ‘infinity display’ of about 6.5 inches with very thin edges. We also expect Bixby 2.0, Android 8.1 (Oreo) and an improved S Pen, which gets more functions. In addition, the Note 9 would have the Exynos 9810 chip, which is also included in the Galaxy S9.
According to rumours, the phone has a hefty 3,850 mAh battery, which is a bit larger than the battery of the Note 8 (3300 mAh). The Note 9 may also be the first smartphone with a fingerprint scanner under the screen, but it seems more likely that it is on the back under the camera.
Probably we will see the Galaxy Note 9 at the end of August; around that time, his predecessor was announced last year. Some rumours speak of an early release in July, which would have to do with the disappointing sales of the Galaxy S9.
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