Samsung Galaxy S9 Exynos vs. Snapdragon speed test emerges

Within few days after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 series, the company has tightened its grips over the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone.

Apple's new iPhones are said to be another reason for Samsung Electronics' plan to advance the schedule.

According to a report by South Korean publication The Investor, Samsung Display (a Samsung subsidiary) will start the production of the OLED panels for the Galaxy Note9 in April, which is two months earlier.

The Galaxy Note 8 was unveiled on August 23rd, hitting stores on September 15th.


At this point of time, there's no word from Samsung on when it intends to launch and release the Galaxy Note9, but, you can be rest assured that there will be several reports surfacing online in the coming weeks that will reveal more about this 2018 Samsung flagship.

The Note 9 display, expected to measure 6.38 inches, which is bigger than the previous 6.32-inch screen, will be the largest among Samsung's high-end handsets. The Galaxy Note 7 got launched a bit earlier than that in the same month, but we all know how well that went. However, it doesn't match the might of 4,000 mAh battery being hosted by the likes of Huawei P20 Pro or Huawei Mate 10.

There will be three storage variants of Note 9- 64GB, 128GB and 256GB. The device expected to be Samsung's first one to run Android 8.1 Nougat out-of-the-box, although the phone will arrive after Google has released Android 9. Sadly, it doesn't look it'll be getting its hands on an in-display fingerprint scanner.

  • Valerie Cook