SEOUL – South Korean tech giant Samsung is still at least four months away from the launch of Galaxy Note 9, but new leaked specifications may disappoint users.
Ice Universe suggests the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will be 2mm shorter than the Note 8.
Note9 is 2mm shorter than Note8, and nothing more.
You can't distinguish between them without careful observation.
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 10, 2018
Samsung was lazy in 2018 and I concluded that Note9 will not change much. This is just a small adjustment to Note8. pic.twitter.com/uNoAW1thcT
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 8, 2018
Ice Universe also suggests that Samsung would ditch the in-display fingerprint sensor in Galaxy Note 9.
It is almost certain that Note9 has no FOD
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) May 9, 2018
Now, it appears Samsung is sticking to the same design for at least another year. But at least on the power front, not everything will be the same.
The Note 9 is also rumoured to finally have a larger battery than the usual pack a 4000 mAh, compared to the current 3300 mAh unit in the Note 8.
Previously, the device was seen on Benchmark database, revealed Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset.
According to the score, the Galaxy Note 9, earned a score of 2411 on a single-core test and 8712 on multi-core performance.
Samsung hasn’t revealed much about the Galaxy Note 9, but some reports say the handset will be hitting store shelves in July or August.