Known insider Evan Blass published a fresh batch of rumors about the not yet announced smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note 9. According to these data, the device now has its own code name, which, however, has no impact – neither the price nor the design or the specifications.
If the current business flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has the code name Baikal in honor of the eponymous Russian lakes, Note 9 will be called much more prosaic – Crown, which means “Crown”. This is probably an allusion to the fact that he’s camp as some kind of king of the entire range of Samsung, and the king without a crown is no king. Early leaks from the same Evan Blass read that in the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be Qualcomm or Samsung 845 9810 depending on the region of distribution, both OCTA-core and very powerful.
In addition, we expect 128 GB of internal memory, RAM 6 or 8 GB, IOS UI Experience on top of Android OS 8.1 Oreo and a large Super AMOLED screen of 6.4 inches with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. Given the fact that Note 9 will have the same dimensions, now have the Note 8 with a screen 6.3 inches, we can expect a substantial reduction of the thickness of the part. The announcement of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be held in August this year.