For those unfamiliar with Murtazin, the Russian has quite the history of being able to get his hands on new Samsung devices weeks and sometimes months before they are released.
The entry-level model is also believed to come with a single-lens camera.
This year, Samsung is again basing the Note 9 on the Galaxy S9+ but with a few improvements thrown in. The orientation of the camera has also been flipped from vertical to horizontal, and it's being speculated that the rear camera on the Galaxy Note 9 is going to have a variable aperture, similar to the one on Galaxy S9/S9+.
The overall device is said to be slightly thicker at 8.8mm (Note8: "8.6mm) and the Super AMOLED Infinity Display still retains the same screen size of 6.3".
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It's been common knowledge that the Galaxy Note 9 will come out in the next couple of months ever since the Galaxy Note 8 arrived a year ago and now that Samsung has announced that the big unveiling will take place on August 9th in NY, we at least know how long we have to wait before we get to see what the company has lined up for its next big flagship release. This naturally led to complaints of the camera sensors being smudged accidentally. The internal specs of the Galaxy Note 9 are expected to remain the same as the Galaxy S9 which means it will come with an Exynos 9810/Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB RAM, 64/128GB storage, microSD card slot, wireless charging, iris scanner, and an IP68 certification.
It also seems that the new updated version of the AlwaysOn Display will likely appear in the Galaxy S10, and not in the Note 9 series. The weight of this new device gets a little bit heavier thanks to the 4000mAh battery which is surely an upgrade from the 3300mAh one on the previous version. There is an 8GB RAM variant as well with two storage options - 256GB and 512GB. Not only this could push beyond a full day of use, he also claimed that the Note9 could last up to 25 hours of video playback in maximum brightness.
Internally, things are what you might expect.
The big change will be the S Pen, which has been "completely reworked", according to the report.