Samsung's Upcoming Flagship Smartphone Galaxy Note 9 Could Launch In July

Motorola outdid themselves with this impressive budget smartphone

The report says that the prediction of the early launch of next-gen Galaxy Note series device is based on reports that Samsung Display will start making OLED screens for the Galaxy Note 9 in April.

The 64GB variant of Galaxy S9 is available on the platform for a down payment option of Rs 9,900 and subsequent 24 monthly instalments of Rs 2,499.

Samsung's upcoming flagship smartphone - the Galaxy Note9 - may hit the stores in July or August. But, don't be disappointed as Samsung could pull a last-minute surprise. Out of these, two iPhones will come with OLED display (5.85-inch and 6.46-inch) and the third one may sport an LCD display (6.04-inch). That will be enough to cover the second Galaxy S9 purchase. The Galaxy Note 7 got launched a bit earlier than that in the same month, but we all know how well that went. The Investor only mentions the screen size of the handset, which measures 6.38 inches, or 0.06 inches bigger than the Note 8's screen. So, we'll have to wait and watch until the phone's official launch. Geekbench reveals that the Note 9 will be powered by Snapdragon 845 processor. However, we can expect only the 64GB and 128GB storage variants with Exynos 9810 to be launched in India. Sadly, it doesn't look it'll be getting its hands on an in-display fingerprint scanner. It's not clear if the Galaxy Note 9 will follow the same path or offer something truly different. It was a mistake on Samsung's part to not include the feature on the unlocked devices. Notably, the Galaxy Note 8 is now traded online around £770.

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