Last week, Nashville Chatter came across an unreleased version of Samsung smartphone which carried the model number SM-G8750 and rumour has it that Samsung may roll out a mini variant of the Galaxy S9. Already, it was accounted for that the Galaxy Note 9 is relied upon to pack a 3850mAh battery - which is also asserted to be a probability at all. Earlier, the benchmark listing of Galaxy Note 9 revealed some of the key specs of upcoming Samsung flagship in note series.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will ship with dual 12MP rear cameras, a combination of wide-angle and telephoto lens with AF sensor.
The first one says the future Korean launch will have a battery of 3,850 or 4,000 mAh, a consistent increase of up to 700 mAh compared to its predecessor. Samsung is about to launch a new smartphone that might help users who are still confused between Galaxy S9 and iPhone X. The report also mentions the possibility of Snapdragon 855 (Exynos 9820), which seems unlikely at this point as Qualcomm has not made details of its upcoming processor official as of now. The secondary camera could have 8MP with f/1.7 aperture. The device comes with the latest operating system "Android Oreo". Now, inclusion of a fingerprint sensor embedded in the front display is expected to make it thicker than usual. About its security features, it has iris scanner along with a rear-facing fingerprint. In terms of connectivity, the potential Galaxy S9 Mini will feature 4G VoLTE, Bluetooth v5.0, Fi 802.11ac (2.4/5GHz), NFC and Global Positioning System. The certification as seen in the image above also shows that the smartphone will run Android 8.0 Oreo out of the box. "With the Galaxy Note 8, you can now share animated texts or drawings across platforms that support animated GIFs". The smartphone will feature 6GB RAM. A previous design render of the Note 9 had also revealed the top and bottom bezels further reduced to nearly being non-existent.