The most recent info coming out surrounding the Galaxy Note 9 is that it will feature a breathtaking 512GB of RAM. However, it is kind of a bummer that it will be limited to certain regions like South Korea and China. Although, it is not a far thought that it could be available more widely later.
So far, the Galaxy Note 9 is turning out to be a very unimpressive device. We might see very little hardware upgrades and that could be one of the reasons Samsung is opting for more storage. This could also accompany a bump in RAM. Android 8.1 Oreo will surely be onboard the handset being backed by a 4,000mAh juice pack.
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Samsung will also likely implement the dual aperture of the Galaxy S9 to the Galaxy Note 9. This will end up being just as old wine in a new bottle. Also, the physical aspect is largely expected to be the same as older models. The biggest change would be the changed fingerprint reader. It will be moved to a more central position at the back beneath the camera module.
If the latest leaks are to be trusted, Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 9 quite a bit earlier than usual in August. That is still a bit far and there isn’t any official info out just yet.