The upcoming Samsung flagship, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has constantly been receiving new rumors and leaks. Predicted specifications and features are becoming more and more real as the time for the official release approaches. And now, something “new” about the device has popped up on the internet.
Recently, a tweet from the famous leaker Evan Blass has revealed the codename for the Note 9.
According to the tweet, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is going to be codenamed Crown.
Galaxy Note9 (SM-N960U) codename is Crown. pic.twitter.com/5WIF6FbtiP
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 14, 2018
This is actually not a new reveal as back in January, members of the XDA Developers Forum had unveiled the codenames for 26 upcoming Samsung devices and Crown was one of them.
Galaxy Note9 (SM-N960U) codename is Crown.
The device is tipped to sport a 6.4-inch Quad HD+ infinity display. Furthermore, rumors suggest that the Galaxy Note 9 is going to feature an on-screen fingerprint scanner. However, many have constantly been declining this statement for so long and nobody is sure as to whether or not we are going to see this feature in the final product.
More specifications include either a 3,850 mAh or a 4,000 mAh battery, a Snapdragon 845/Exynos 9810 processor, up to 6GB of RAM, 128GB of internal storage which would be expandable with the help of an external SD card, a dedicated Bixby button, and a triple camera (now this is a rumor with a very thin possibility of turning out to be a reality, but we had to mention it anyhow).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is most likely to run on Android Oreo 8.1 with Samsung Experience UI on top.
Earlier this month, the device was seen on the Geekbench database which confirmed that the device will very well be the company’s first smartphone to be running on 8.1.
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