Samsung’s Flagship Galaxy Note 9 just got certified for merchant sales by the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, it seems that Samsung could be ready to launch the handset sooner than expected.
This information corroborates a report claiming that Samsung, which usually refreshes its Galaxy Note series in September, will launch the Galaxy Note 9 in July or August, this will be a direct competitor with the Apple’s rumored trio of iPhones.
The interesting that has been caught through this is that the Galaxy Note 9 is a similar upgrade, built on the foundations of both cosmetic and internal finesse laid by the Galaxy Note 8, so do not expect a very big design change.
Most of the changes Samsung has implemented are said to have taken place under the hood, with the device tipped to feature an in-screen fingerprint reader and a Snapdragon 845 CPU and 6GB of RAM.
However, until now a lot of uncertainty is surrounding the inclusion of an under the screen fingerprint sensor, however. Some analysts believe that the firm was forced to shelve the tech amid subpar performance in testing procedures, while others say it survived.
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