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New Leak: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 – Battery Size, Camera and RAM Update

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This past couple of weeks have been filled with leaks about Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 9. In fact, one leak even showcased what the official press renders for Galaxy Note 9 will look like and we have to say that the highly anticipated smartphone look great. On the downside of things, none of these leaks included reliable information about the smartphone’s specs, until now!

Galaxy Note 9 Leak

The first thing we need to mention about the new leak is that it comes as a courtesy of a leakster known as “Ice Universe”. The reason why this matters is because every Samsung leak that “Ice Universe” posted on Twitter was proven to be true, and this makes what we are about to show you even more reliable.

Think Big!

Just like everyone expected, Samsung is making everything massive on Galaxy Note 9. According to the recent leak from “Ice Universe”, Galaxy Note 9 will ship with a huge 6.4-inch display that uses Super AMOLED technology which offers a high pixel resolution of 1440 x 2960. Moreover, the display will be coated in Corning Gorilla Glass 5 for added protection and it will be HDR10 compliant.

Upgraded Storage Space

Who doesn’t love having lots of storage space? Unlike Apple’s iPhone X which features only a maximum of 256GB internal storage without support for microSD cards, Galaxy Note 9 will offer 512GB of storage space which can be upgraded up to 1TB via a microSD card!

More RAM and Bigger Battery

Galaxy S9 is the smartphone that currently holds the title of being Samsung’s flagship smartphone, but that will end when Galaxy Note 9 is launched because it will be the first ever Samsung-made smartphone to feature 8GB of RAM! Not just that, but a massive 4,000 mAh battery will also fuel the smartphone.

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