After a lot of posts criticizing design choices made by Samsung and how likely are those going to affect the Galaxy Note 9, this post might seem a little off but bear with us as we explain how two new features of the Note 9 will be dealing not to miss.
The leaks come from solid sources and definitely sounds like the Samsung Note 9 is going to be a rockstar of a smartphone. With a huge phone, packed with performance parts, we don’t see enough juice to run it the whole. No matter what the manufacturer says, a smartphone doesn’t give that good run for a day. The Note 8 is a really good example for this. We got a great phone, a huge display and all the power in the world running on a tiny 3300mAh battery. Not anymore, sources now confirm that the Note 9 will be packed with a 4000mAh battery. The device will supposedly run on Snapdragon 845 and 6GB or 8GB of RAM depending on the storage options. A 4000 mAh battery will likely last it through a day of heavy usage.
Other news is a key feature we’ve been discussing for quite some time now, it’s the in-display fingerprint sensor. This news has substantial validity since a new sensor on the display itself leaves room in the body to incorporate a bigger battery. This being one of the challenges to phones releasing these days. Concluding the news we would suggest keeping your phone until the Note 9 announcement, grab it on the first day.