Samsung's Upcoming Flagship Smartphone Galaxy Note 9 Could Launch In July

Posted April 01, 2018

Apple reportedly plans to release three types of iPhones this year - one with a 6.04-inch LCD display and the other two OLED-based phones measuring 5.85 inches and 6.46 inches, respectively.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has now received an official support page on some country-specific websites. It has got a dual camera setup like the Samsung Galaxy S9.

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Now the OnePlus 6 smartphone is leaked in a new render online. There might just be a reason behind this, as reports out of South Korea claim that the company is going to release the phone ahead of schedule. If the rumored timeline is accurate, this could mean the handset might come out in July or August. Recently, a Samsung phone with model number SM-N960U has passed through Geekbench test with single-core score of 2,190 and a multi-core result of 8,806, which is higher than the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9 plus but lower than the Apple's iPhone X and Galaxy S9. It's not clear if the Galaxy Note 9 will follow the same path or offer something truly different. That will be enough to cover the second Galaxy S9 purchase.

Furthermore, The Investor also states that the Galaxy Note9 will feature a 6.38-inch display which is 0.06-inch larger than the 6.32-inch display on the Galaxy Note8.

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The devices were launched in India earlier this month. But that's quite common for all Samsung flagships as they never arrive with latest version of Android due to extensive nature of its customisation.

It's hard to say whether this has more to do with hardware differences between the two chips, or if software plays a part too - though in that case you'd expect Samsung's own Exynos SoC to receive more optimizations since it's developed in-house. Keep watching this space for further updates.

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