Imaginary Render: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Image: Twitter
Samsung is reportedly preparing to unveil their flagship Galaxy Note 9 at the Samsung Unpacked event to be held in New York on August 9. The Note 9 will be the South Korean giant's second flagship line-up of the year after the Samsung Galaxy S9 family, which launched in February this year.
The date was reported by business publication Bloomberg, citing 'people in the know'. The report also states that sources revealed the Note 9 will look similar to last year's Note 8 and will come with an updated Qualcomm Snapdragon processor — likely to be the 845 Soc.
The South Korean giant is also expected to bring forth some big changes in the camera department in lines of the Samsung S9 and S9+'s 'reimagined' camera. If past trends are anything to go by, the Note 9 camera may very well incorporate certain optimisations and improvements over the S9 series.
Past rumours claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may incorporate a triple camera setup like the Huawei P20 Pro and an under screen fingerprint scanner.
The device is expected to come with a bezel-less 6.21-inch display and pack 6GB or 8GB of RAM. The trademark S-pen will definitely be making a comeback.