Everything we know about Samsung's Galaxy Note 9


Based on the images, are you getting excited about the Galaxy Tab S4? "The production of Galaxy Note-9 will start from July-end and the device will likely hit the domestic market by August-end", the official added. The more likely scenario is that we'll see the Tab S4 announced at IFA in Berlin, but at this stage of the game we're betting we'll be surprised by Samsung. Note 9 is expected to be powered by 1.8 GHz octa-core processor and on board storage of 64 GB with the option of expandable memory by up to 2 TB. We've even seen leaked press renders of the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 before, but the latest to drip onto the 'net are the tech equivalent of the white and gold/blue and black dress meme. My reasoning for this is that Samsung won't want the Tab S4, or the Galaxy Gear smartwatch for that matter, to take any attention away from the Galaxy Note 9 launch.

Most notably, the bottom bezel (or rather the chin) below the display is slightly smaller than that on the Note 8.

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AndroidHeadlines has obtained what it claims is an official rendering of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9.

Is this the back of the Note 9? As for the dual camera setup on the front, the only other Samsung device which supports it is the Samsung Galaxy A8. Samsung might also bump up the battery to 4,000 mAh, a significant increase from the Note 8's conservative 3,300 mAh. That means dual 12-megapixel shooters, with the main camera sporting a "variable aperture" that can switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4, and the secondary camera offering 2x optical zoom.