The release of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is around the corner, so we have been hearing different rumours and see different leaks about the phone. In a recent leak, Eldar Murtazin, a Russian mobile reviewer, has claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is not that different from the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
According to the reviewer, the design of the Note 9 is the same as that of Note 8, with only a little different in design and specs improvement.
The differences the reviewer stated include the fact that the fingerprint scanner of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been moved below the dual rear cameras coming with the phone. Also, he claimed that the weight of the phone has increased as a result of the increment in the phone’s battery capacity, which is rumoured to have 4000mAh battery.
Aside from fingerprint scanner repositioning and larger battery size talked about by Murtazin, the other rumours that have come up online from other sources claim that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would have 6 GB and 8 GB RAM.
As for the internal memory, it would be 128GB, 256GB, and 512GB while the processor would be Qualcomm (for the United States and South Korea) and Exynos for the rest of the world. The S-Pen of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is also said to be improved, now more accuracy and supporting Bluetooth.
That’s the latest from the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaks and rumours so far. More leaks and rumours are expected as the phone’s launch date draws near. I will keep up updated with the new leaks, and as soon as the phone is released, I will publish the full specs of the phone, with prices in the countries the phone might likely sell.