Galaxy Note 9
According to a report by the Korean portal The Investor, Samsung intends to begin production of the new Galaxy Note9 OLED panels in April. In earlier issues of the Phablet smartphone, screen production almost always started in June, suggesting that earlier production starts to point to a change in Samsung’s timing.
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According to the report, Samsung plans a 6.38-inch display, which would be more than the 6.32-inch panel of the predecessor model. Apparently, Samsung has now decided against the integration of a fingerprint reader under the display and will instead put a conventional fingerprint reader on the back. The phone will probably have the iris scanner for unlocking too.
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In addition to the report from South Korea, there are recently two other factors that point to an early launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Recently, the device with the model number SM-N960 is listed on the manufacturer’s website in the support area. Normally, Samsung’s new products will only land there a month before its launch.
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In addition, the Geekbench database has recently found a device with the same model number, which could be the new Galaxy Note 9.The benchmark database lists the product with the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 Octa-core SoC which is also used in the Galaxy S9 in some regions. There is also talk of six gigabytes of RAM and Android 8.1 “Oreo” as the operating system.