Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to be Android Flagship with In-Display Fingerprint Sensor - Doctor Tech

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Tuesday, 1 May 2018

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to be Android Flagship with In-Display Fingerprint Sensor

The first half of 2018 has been great and promising so far for the Smartphone Industry as well as for the tech enthusiast as mobile companies have gone out of the way to bring in various next-gen specifications in their smartphones. With One Plus still to launch it's much-awaited flagship One Plus 6 this month on 16th may, almost all big sharks in the market are done for the first half of 2018 and now are preparing to make the second half of the year equally awesome and innovative. Leading the line one such name is Samsung that is planning to launch it's flagship Phablet Galaxy Note 9 somewhere around in mid-august. Talking about the launch, lets now talk about all the rumors and leaks that have already started surfacing.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was recently spotted at the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, with Model Numbers SM-9600 and SM-9608 respectively. Samsung will clearly be launching two versions of the flagship, one with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 and the other with Samsung's Exynos 9810. The Snapdragon model will supposedly launch in European and American markets whereas the Exynos model will come in the Asian markets.

Going by the leaks recently coming out, it is speculated Note 9 will come with a 6.38-inches QHD+ Infinity Display and a larger battery with 4000mAh capacity. Yes, Samsung is finally regaining confidence in Note's battery and is apparently increasing the battery capacity ever after Note 7 massacre.

The standalone feature that Galaxy Note 9 may include and will make the smartphone "Talk of the town" is the in-display fingerprint sensor that Samsung is planning to integrate into its upcoming flagship. Although it's not gonna be a piece of cake to get this technology on the device lets be optimistic.

Looking at the camera section, Note 9 will feature the same dual-camera setup will dual aperture and physical shutter, but all these features packed with some improvements and optimization.

Unlike the younger brother Galaxy S9, Note 9 comes with an S-pen, that will also be improved in terms of precision and features.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is believed to be priced somewhere near $1000 or even more and will compete with Google's Pixel 3XL and iPhone X Plus.