Published: Sat, April 14, 2018
IT | By Lester Massey

Latest Galaxy Note 9 leak suggests 4000mAh battery, larger display

Latest Galaxy Note 9 leak suggests 4000mAh battery, larger display

Samsung is progressively creeping towards the launch of the second flagship Smartphone this year - the Galaxy Note 9.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will ship with wireless charging, quick charging and new S Pen.

A leaked Geekbench listing of the Galaxy A6 and Galaxy A6+ smartphones revealed some of the key specs of these devices.

The same battery source had already talked about the Galaxy Note 9 before, "confirming" the fingerprint reader under the display. The suit concerns three patents, believed to be related to the biometric security features of Samsung's recent Galaxy devices; specifically, the Galaxy S6, Galaxy S7 and Galaxy S8 (and the Edge/Plus variants thereof).


According to a Chinese mobile tipster called Ice Universe-with a decent track record for accurate leaks-Galaxy Note 9 is expected to come with a bigger battery, possibly a 4,000mAh or 3,840mAh unit. The report also mentions the possibility of Snapdragon 855 (Exynos 9820), which seems unlikely at this point as Qualcomm has not made details of its upcoming processor official as of now.

The SM-G8850 will have a 12 MP dual rear camera setup (found in Galaxy S9 Plus but lacks in Galaxy S9), in a fashion similar to the iPhone X, and packed with 6 GB of RAM for China. The Note 9 is rumoured to feature 6GB RAM with 64GB or 256GB storage.

Galaxy J7 Duo will be available in black and gold colours across retail stores starting on Thursday. On the front, the device boasts an 8MP camera with an LED flash and f/1.9 aperture. The company claims that the J7 cameras come equipped with Live Focus feature, which was initially introduced in Galaxy Note 8. In terms of connectivity, the potential Galaxy S9 Mini will feature 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth v5.0, Fi 802.11ac (2.4/5GHz), NFC and Global Positioning System.

Leaving the lower edge of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 front panel and implementing a notch on the top could potentially increase the screen by 0.1-inch without increasing the size of the case but, with so many adversities against the notch, is improbable that Samsung will implement one. Note 8, which was listed with model number SM-N960U, will run Android 8.1 Oreo out-of-the-box.

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