It’s not long since Samsung launched the much talked about Galaxy S9 and S9+ and are even yet to hit the stores, but there are indications that the company is already busy preparing its second flagship for the year – the Galaxy Note 8 successor which by antecedent should be named Galaxy Note 9.
We have just received the first major rumblings about the Galaxy Note 9 courtesy of browser benchmark. Little is known yet, but we’ll further update you with more details as we hear more, and in the meantime, we advise you join our mailing list to receive first-hand info from Gizchina.
Recently, a device with the model number ” SM-N960U” popped up on the HTML5 browser test with Android 8.0 Oreo on board. The Benchmark result also reveal the alleged Galaxy Note 9 will feature the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio Infinity Display found on the recently announced flagship Galaxy S9.
The benchmark clearly shows the device running Android 8.0, that is, however, unlikely, given that the Galaxy Note 8 came shipped with Android 7.1. Nougat out of the box. So there are speculations that the Galaxy Note 9 would run Android 8.1 out of the box when it is announced later in the year.
So far the murmur is that the Galaxy Note 9 with model number SM-N960U would be the US variant of the upcoming phablet tipped to come with Snapdragon 845 chipset.
The leak has only just begun, and more leaks will keep on coming so stay tuned.