The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is going to be launched in the month of August. Rumours have it that the device is not going to feature a radical change over its predecessor which is kind of a bummer.
The recently leaked image of a protective case for the device hinted that the Note 9 will sport a fifth hardware button which was tipped to be a dedicated camera button. Sadly enough, the rumour, later on, appeared to be a hoax as new reliable claims suggest that the hole in the case is meant to house a lanyard cable for the device.
Now, another Twitter user named OSCH has made yet another claim on their official Twitter handle that there will be a special 512GB variant of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
The 512GB variant of the device will be sold exclusively in China and Taiwan during the initial days of the device after its launch, but the company is planning to roll it out globally in the subsequent period.
As of now, it is not sure as to whether or not the rest of the specifications of the device will be the same. Samsung might want to bump up the power of the 512GB variant a bit in order to up the sales. We might be getting the rumoured 8GB of RAM coming up only along with the 512GB variant whereas the usual variant might feature 6GB of RAM. Under the hood, we are going to get either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset or an Exynos 9810 chipset depending on the market.
Other specifications include a 6.3-inch QHD+ display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio infinity display, Android 8.1 Oreo with Samsung Experience UI on top of it, a dual camera setup at the back, Iris scanner for facial unlock, and the S-Pen support.
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