Galaxy Note 9, Eldar Murtazin confirms the 4000 mAh battery

Ruben Fields
July 2, 2018

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 specifications and key features have been detailed in a hands-on coverage by Russian tipster Eldar Murtazin. These leaks have hinted on some of the major upgrades that the device will have once it is released. It was launched with a Make for India feature named "Samsung Mall". The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 embarquerait according to the versions a Exynos 9810 or a Snapdragon 845.

Finally, Murtazin said that the shipments of the Galaxy Note 8 have already been interrupted and only a few units are still available in stock. The smartphone will have a dual camera setup.

Samsung has also addressed a substantial upgrade to the S-Pen on the Galaxy Note 9, which now has Bluetooth 5.0 support and new work "modes", which demonstrates the firm's intention of aiming business users with the smartphone.

Galaxy Note 9 is equipped with 4000 Mah battery that provides a powerful battery backup. Read on to find out what to expect from Samsung's next productivity phablet. The latter has the same horizontal orientation for the lenses, but keeps the fingerprint scanner besides it. All three feature Optical Image Stabilization.

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For the storage, Murtazin revealed that the low-end variant will come with 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage. Notably, the official invitation of the Galaxy Note 9 showed a glimpse of the new S Pen to suggest its new offerings.

Hardware-wise, the Note 9 is said to be powered by a Snapdragon 845 SoC in Korea and U.S., and a Exynos chipset in rest of the world. There are reports that there will be a higher spec 8GB RAM model with storage options of up to 512GB.

"I doubt [Apple users will] migrate, but new users are increasingly more likely to take Samsung because the cache around the iPhone has been significantly reduced", said Enderle. "However, one outcome of the Note 7 battery fiasco is that Samsung has been extremely conservative about the batteries in these phones".

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