The rumor mill has it that the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will sport 512 GB storage and 8 GB RAM, but a recent leak shows that it may only have 6 GB RAM and an Exynos 9810 processor.
The leak showed a Samsung SM-N960N unit, which is a variant of Samsung’s flagship phone, the Note 9. We don’t know all the technical details yet, but the new device will be powered by Android 8.1 Oreo.
A day before this leak, serial leakster Ice Universe tweeted that the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will have 8 GM RAM and 512 GB ROM “if you are lucky.” If the rumor holds water, the Note 9 will be the first Samsung Galaxy phone to have 8 GB RAM and 512 GB storage.
However, these specs will not be available in the in the first wave following the release of the Galaxy Note 9. But Samsung fans that want tons of storage should know that Samsung wants to equip the upcoming flagship with a microSD slot that can handle 512 GB of extra space.
Galaxy Note 9 Will Not Face Major Redesign
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be launched at some point in August during the IFA 2018.
Slashleaks found that the Galaxy Note 9 will not undergo a major makeover as previously expected. The new handset will have a new screen protector while not being much different from the Galaxy Note 8.
Also, the leak shows that the new handset will have smaller bezels above and below the display. This means that either the display will be slightly larger or the device will be slightly smaller than the Note 8.
It is highly unlikely that the Note 9 will sport a second selfie camera like the iPhone X because the upcoming handset already has an IR scanner, light sensor, notification light, and proximity sensor.
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