Samsung trademarks Galaxy Note 9 in Colombia


We’re probably expecting Samsung Mobile to change its next Galaxy S branding scheme,  following in the footsteps of Huawei which has adopted the P20 naming instead of the P11. If this comes to a fruition, it probably would mean the Galaxy S10 moniker would not materialize, the same however cannot be said of the phablet Galaxy Note series as the company has already trademarked Galaxy Note 9 moniker, which means we could be seeing the device much later.

Popular Dutch tech blog Galaxy Club first spotted the application – under the trademark filings on the Columbian TMDN website, a first-hand proof that the Galaxy Note 9 is in the making.

At this point in time, we are not exactly sure what kind of specs/features the Note 9 would bring to the table, but there are speculations that the device might retain the 6.3″ display of the Note 8, with the brightness and cover glass improvements of the S9 and S9+ displays. The device is expected to be powered by the Snapdragon 845 and Exynos 9810 coupled with 6GB RAM depending on the variant you are getting, while the Camera and battery will both be given special treatments.

Samsung at the MWC recently hinted that the Note 9  will likely include version 2.0 of the company’s Bixby AI assistant. These are based on speculations as not much has been revealed about the Note 9 at the moment, so we would have to hold our breath for now.

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