Renders of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 reveal that the changes are very subtle and all in all, the design is pretty much the same as the Note 8. What are the differences you ask? For starters, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a bit shorter. Other than that the chin is a bit smaller as well. You really need to look into these differences in order to notice them.
There was a rumor that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would feature an on-screen fingerprint scanner, but that might not be the case after all. We have seen prototypes of this technology and I have to say that they are not fast enough to be used on a daily basis. Keep in mind that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a top of the line device and you do not want the experience to be slow, neither does Samsung. You might get it in the variant that follows the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
You can check out the render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and take a look at the differences between the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and the Note 8.
Both devices are pretty similar, as mentioned above. There will be a difference in hardware though. We have been hearing reports that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could come with 8 GB RAM and up to 512 GB of memory. That is half a TB in a smartphone, which is pretty impressive. One can argue that people don’t really need that kind of storage, but then again if you are someone that takes a lot of photos and records a lot of videos then you might find the 512 GB version useful.
There will be a 6 GB RAM version as well, which should be less expensive. According to rumors, the device will come with 4000 mAh battery, which should be more than enough to last you a whole day. Features like fast charging and wireless charging will make sure that you are not hugging the walls half the time.
We have also heard that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be coming out at the end of July which is unusual for Note devices, but we will find out soon enough.
Let us know what you think about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and whether or not you are interested in getting the device.