Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Release date rumours and news

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Release date rumours and news - The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is one of the biggest phones Samsung’s ever made, not to mention one of the best, and there’s no doubt that the company will follow it up next year with the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

In fact, we’re already hearing the first rumors about that phone, and they suggest it could be even more futuristic than the iPhone X.

You’ll find everything we’ve heard about the Note 9 below, along with our own analysis and a selection of the features and improvements we most want to see.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Release date

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was announced on August 23 and released in September, while the short-lived Samsung Galaxy Note 7 followed a similar schedule the previous year.

So there’s a good chance that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be announced in late August 2018, before hitting stores possibly in mid to late September.

When it does it’s sure to be expensive. The Galaxy Note 8 retails for $929 / £869 / AU$1,499 and we can’t see Samsung lowering the price for the Note 9, especially now Apple has pushed smartphone prices even higher with its iPhone X 

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumours and news

The greatest Samsung Galaxy Note 9 talk identifies with its unique mark scanner, which could be incorporated with the screen.

Both Samsung and Apple have been supposed to take a shot at this yet neglected to accomplish it in time for their latest handsets, pushing Samsung to move the scanner to an imperfect position on the back of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Note 8, while Apple discarded it by and large from the iPhone X.

The most recent talk originates from examiners at KGI Securities, who figure the in-screen scanner won't be prepared in time for the Samsung Galaxy S9, however will be improved the situation the Note 9. On the off chance that it is, Samsung could hold the all-screen front of its telephone while as yet having a helpfully situated scanner.

A considerably more aggressive objective for the Galaxy Note 9 could be for it to have a bendable show. This is something Samsung's been taking a shot at for considerably more, and now Samsung's leader of versatile has said the organization intends to dispatch such a telephone one year from now.


In any case, that is just on the off chance that it can conquer certain anonymous issues, and on the off chance that it launches it may not be the Note 9 which has such a screen, however Samsung has been known to furnish its Note telephones with new and inventive innovation previously.
And a patent may have given us a glimpse at what the Note 9 will look like, as Samsung has published a phone design with a screen that curves at the right edge, but oddly not at the left.

It’s an unusual look for a phone, and quite different to the Note 8, so we’re skeptical that it will be used for the Note 9, but you never know.

That’s all we’ve heard so far, but there are some things we’re fairly confident the Galaxy Note 9 will have. For one thing, it’s almost certainly going to have a large Super AMOLED display, an S Pen stylus and at least 6GB of RAM, since the Note 8 does.

It’s also likely to retain the Note 8’s dual-lens camera, though probably with some improvements, and will likely have a curved screen.

Based on past models the Note 9 is also likely to sport whatever the top-end Snapdragon or Exynos chipset is at the time of its launch.