Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Specifications,Release date and price

want much speed:-The reason why Samsung may want to speed things up this year is to release its flagship before the new iPhone generation hits the market. As usual, that’s expected to happen in September.

display:-the Galaxy Note 9’s display will be larger than that of the Note 8 — but the difference will be so small that you’ll hardly notice it. The smartphone is said to come with a 6.38-inch display, up from the Note 8’s 6.32 inches. The screen should be curved on both sides and sport an 18.5:9 aspect ratio like last year. No word on resolution for now, but we expect it to be the same as the one on its predecessor at 2,960 x 1,440 pixels. Some rumors suggest a 4K display is also an option.

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hardware:-The Note 9 will probably be powered by the latest Snapdragon 845 — or Samsung’s own Exynos 9810 chipset, depending on the region.
It may come with 6/8 GB of RAM and expected include 64GB of base storage in the U.S., which you’ll be able to upgrade for an extra 400GB via a microSD card.

camera:-few improvements in the camera department. Like its predecessor, the Note 9 will probably come with a dual-camera setup on the back, offering digital zoom and a bokeh effect. ability to capture super slow-mo videos at 960fps could make its way from the S9 to the Note 9. AR Emoji feature, which lets you turn yourself into animated emoji with the help of the camera.

IP68 rating for protection against dust and water and the Note’s signature S Pen stylus, which should have a few new tricks up its sleeve. The Note 9 will also likely come with a headphone jack and may ship with a free pair of AKG headphones in the box like its predecessor.

The unlocked version of the Galaxy Note 8 launched with a $930 price tag in the U.S., making it the most expensive Samsung smartphone to date. What’s more, its price has since increased — now $950.
The Galaxy Note 9’s price remains a mystery for now, but we do know this: it won’t lower. Samsung doesn’t decrease the prices of its flagships, and we don’t expect that to change this year.