Galaxy Note 9 has huge screen and battery in new data leakage

Galaxy Note 9 has huge screen and battery in new data leakage

Galaxy Note 9 has huge screen and battery in new data leakage

That is why Samsung is offering these people the Galaxy J2 Pro, which is a smartphone that is really close to being a feature/dumb phone because of its lack of connectivity. It is a dual-SIM device and weighs at around 174 grams. There is a MicroSD card for storage expansion and also a 3.5mm audio jack for connecting old-fashioned headsets. However, there's no way of knowing for sure whether it is indeed a spin-off of the Galaxy S9 or the upcoming Galaxy A6.

Also, Galaxy Note 9 should be thicker or wider to include a larger capacity battery, so an increase in its size would be offset not only by the larger screen but also by a larger battery. This means that Samsung has used the Exynos 9 series, with 9810 SoC, which is similar to the Galaxy S9. Recently Leaked Features of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 shows big battery improvement. This led everyone to believe that the future high-end gadgets from the South Korean tech giant, including the next-gen Galaxy Tab S, would receive the Snapdragon 845 processor. The image revealed a flat device which also features a flat, fingerprint sensor sporting a different shape than the one found on the existing Galaxy S9.

This is Samsung's first ever budget device to sport a rear-placed dual-camera setup and a selfie flash, both at the same time. Up front, the device will come with an 8MP shooter with a f/1.7 aperture. The company seems to be gearing up for the big launch of the Galaxy Note 9 sooner than expected, this year. Though the Galaxy S9 Plus model features two 12MP shooters on the back, the original Galaxy S9 arrived with only a single 12 MP rear camera.

Samsung India on Thursday rolled out "Samsung Rewards" for the users of its mobile payments service "Samsung Pay" in India.

The extent of the newly reported issues remains unclear, with accounts of such problems originally emerging in mid-March, shortly after Samsung officially released its latest Android-powered flagships.

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