Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaks suggest 6.4-inch display

Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro- the useless smartphone

Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro – the useless smartphone

The Note 9 could convey a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display, with a viewpoint proportion of 18.5:9. The smartphone is still in the stage of development, but the leaks have started pouring in about this flagship smartphone.

One of the fun features that Samsung brought to its new flagship devices is the AR Emoji, which brings augmented reality into your emoji messaging game.

The latest scoop concerning the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 came fron the known tech tipster Ice Universe.

However, it is still quite early to compare the battery lives of the two devices, especially that the Note 9 has yet to see the light of day.

Nokia 3310 is a better deal than the Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro
The Nokia 3310 is a better deal

According to the rankings, the top of the list is dominated by Samsung, although it was close -just six points separate the top 20 ranked devices, Consumer Reports said. It vibrates when someone makes a failed authentication and alerts the user. But with most smartphone manufacturers adding a notch to their smartphones, and Google Pixel 3 also expected come with the notch, maybe Samsung is also thinking of following suit. These rumors highlight what the phone will look like, whether it will have an in screen fingerprint scanner and so on. The Galaxy Note 9 will succeed the Galaxy Note 8, which made its debut in August previous year. However, the dual camera as well as the S Pen will be improved.

The world's biggest maker of smartphones and semiconductors may use the technology behind cryptocurrencies to manage its vast global supply network.

The firm is considering using the technology to track its global shipments and thereby cut shipping costs by 20%, said Song Kwang-woo, the blockchain chief at Samsung SDS Co., the group's logistical and information technology arm, in the report by Bloomberg. Last year, South Korean site The Investor reported that Samsung was developing the Galaxy Note 9 under the codename "Crown".

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