Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Could Come To Market Sooner Than We Expect

    The electronics giant, Samsung is leaving no stone unturned to fulfill expectations of its users. It has introduced a whole lot of series of its smartphones so far. Samsung Galaxy Note is one of the series which gained a lot of popularity among users. Samsung is now all set to launch another smartphone in this series. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be launched by July this year. The expected price rate of this smartphone is 69,999 INR.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Could Come To Market Sooner Than We Expect

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9
    Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Could Come To Market Sooner Than We Expect

    Talking about the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, this smartphone may run on v7.1.1 Android, Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 and Exynos 9810. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is packed with 16 MP rear camera along with an LED flash, digital zoom, face detection, auto flash and touch to focus. It has a front camera of 8 MP. The image resolution is 4616*3464 Pixels. Video records at 1280*780 at 120fps, 1920*1080 at 60 fps and 3840*2160 at 30 fps.

    Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has an internal memory of 64 GB that is expandable up to 2 TB with a 6 GB RAM The screen size of this smartphone is 15.24 cm (6.0 inches) with a resolution of 1080*2048 pixel. It comes with Corning Gorilla Glass v5.

    There is a single GSM SIM slot (Nano) that supports 4G, 3G and 2G bands. Talking about the network connectivity, this phone comes with Wi-Fi 802.11, Mobile Hotspot, Bluetooth v5.0, NFC, A-GPS, and Glonass. This smartphone is also packed with the Proximity sensor, Light sensor, Compass, and Gyroscope. Battery power is 3500 mAh.

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    Users have to wait for few months to get hands on Samsung Galaxy Note 9, but this smartphone is indeed worthy of that.

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