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Everything to know about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9

15 Jun 2018 | By Mudit Dube
Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Specs, features and more

Samsung is working to launch its second flagship of the year, the Galaxy Note 9.

As the successor to last year's Note 8 phablet, the upcoming Samsung flagship many not impress many with its design, but was tipped to feature top-end specs.

Now, according to the latest reports, Samsung will make some massive upgrades to its upcoming Galaxy Note 9.

Here's everything to know.

In context: Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Specs, features and more

15 Jun 2018Everything to know about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Display and DesignNote 9 is expected to feature Samsung's biggest display

According to The Bell, a Korean publisher, Samsung will offer its biggest AMOLED display in the upcoming flagship.

Galaxy Note 9 is likely to feature 6.4-inches screen - an increase from the last year's 6.3-inch screen on Galaxy Note 8.

But while display may attract some eyeballs, the fact that Note 9 will not get many design changes is certainly a bummer.

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Massive upgrades in terms of RAM, storage and battery

Under the hoodMassive upgrades in terms of RAM, storage and battery

It is a no-brainer that Note 9 will feature this year's top-end chipset - the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 - accompanied with significant upgrades in internals as well.

In all likelihood, Galaxy Note 9 will come with upto 512GB of storage as against 256GB on the Note 8, a 4,000mAh battery and 8GB of RAM - all never-seen-before specs on a Samsung flagship.

Another big updateIn today's smartphone wars, camera is the only battlefield left

With the Galaxy S9+, Samsung had offered a dual-lens camera with dual-aperture technology - the first for a mass-market smartphone.

However, the company had reused the Galaxy S8's front camera. And now, with Note 9, Samsung looks to change this.

Reports suggest that Note 9 will sport a front camera with much larger pixels, capable of setting new benchmarks in low-light smartphone photography.