The most premium variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 can have 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage space, according to industry information known in China, stating that users can see that memory configuration if they are "lucky". In fact it has a largely positive history with leaks related to Samsung products, the wording of its latest statement indicates that the specifications mentioned above have not yet been decided and are only being considered by the South Korean technological giant. The base model of the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to debut with 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM and 64GB of storage space, just like its predecessor last year.
The same source previously said that Samsung will introduce at least one new smartphone color with the Galaxy Note 9 lineup, with its official name being "Teddy Brown", indicating that the Seoul-based phone manufacturer will deliver a vessel Android brown badge for the first time since 2013 and the Galaxy S4. The next phablet is expected to use the same chips as the Galaxy S9 series, that is, to include Snapdragon 845 from Qualcomm in the United States, Canada, Mexico and China, as well as Exynos 9810 from Samsung in other markets. A microSD card slot must also be part of the package, supporting up to 2TB of additional storage, although consumer-ready solutions still have a limit of 400GB. The Galaxy Note 9 is expected to retain the dual camera configuration of its predecessor, but it remains to be seen if Samsung offers another variable aperture lens as it did with the Galaxy S9 family. It is likely that a fingerprint reader is not included on the screen, and it is reported that Samsung is still working on perfecting an ultrasonic takeover of the solution and plans to market it with the Galaxy S10 and the Galaxy S10 Plus early next year.
Android's flagship should debut with a significantly improved version of its artificial intelligence badistant which it provisionally refers to as Bixby 2.0, said Samsung's mobile boss, DJ Koh, earlier this year. Firm launch dates have not yet been incorporated into the Galaxy Note 9, although the phablet is expected to launch in late August or early September, most likely at this year's IFA, with the launch of the Galaxy Note 8 in the Same Berlin, Event based in Germany last year.