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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaks, could be codenamed 'Crown'

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaks, could be codenamed 'Crown'

For example, the Galaxy Note 8 was codenamed "Baikal" and this was used to highlight the phone's very big edge-to-edge display. While Samsung always introduces the next iteration of the Galaxy Note handset that is better in every way, the Galaxy Note 9 featuring the codename "Crown" might mean something else entirely.

There have been plenty of rumors about the Galaxy Note 9. After all, the flagship is likely going to compete with Apple's 2018 iPhone X and Huawei's next Mate smartphone. The following information is pure speculation, but it is possible that the Note 9 features the Exynos 9820, which is said to be in development. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with AMOLED-screen size of 6.4 inch, Snapdragon chipset 845, RAM 6 GB and the internal memory of 128 GB.

Samsung has done a wonderful job of keeping the Galaxy Note 9 under the wraps, but the rumors have still surfaced and continue to do so. However, the dual camera as well as the S Pen will be improved.

There have been details of the Galaxy Note 9 floating around, from specs to design to benchmark results. According to a tweet from an anonymous leaker @UniverseIce on Twitter, the Galaxy Note 9 could include either a 3850mAh battery or 4000mAh battery.




Samsung Electronics Co. was named the fifth-most admired firm in Canada, an industry tracker said Monday, recovering its reputation tainted by the suspended production of the Galaxy Note 7 in 2015.

Huawei's recently announced P20 Pro also features a 4,000 mAh battery with this latest device being applauded in reviews for its ability to last long into a second day without needing to be charged. There's still some doubt here.

Last month, we told you that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 might be launched earlier than usual this year, perhaps by July or August. The new report contradicts previous ones that claim that Samsung would not use the under-display fingerprint scanner due to technical challenges. The latter two phones were made official at this year's Mobile World Congress in Barcelona in February.