It’s just been a week since we saw the latest flagships from Samsung, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus we have got hold of the benchmarks for the upcoming device, Galaxy Note 9 which will be more powerful and keeping the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio for the display.
The device scores 522 out of 555 in a HTML5 browser test. The device with model Samsung SM-N960U which is supposed to be the Galaxy Note 9 is running Android 8.0 Oreo with a display resolution of 412x846px. This is an interesting benchmark for Galaxy Note 9, thanks in part to probably a new Snapdragon chip as per the rumors.
The Galaxy Note 9 will be launched in September 2018, rumored to be the next big innovation from Samsung. The device is supposed to fix all the shortcomings of the S9 siblings, with an all new design, a curved display, a new Snapdragon chip and an all new camera module.
The front shooter will be a 12 Megapixel setup with f/1.7 aperture and OIS and the rear camera will go all the way to 16 Megapixels dual camera, with variable aperture and one lens at 28mm for wide angle shots and the other at 50mm for portraits. The Note 9 is also rumored to come with 6GB or 8GB of RAM depending on the storage options and a premium price to start with, going from $850 and up.