Samsung is about to reveal the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would succeed the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, released back in 2017. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 was the cover-up of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 debacles after it went “booming”. Leaks of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 have started to murmur beginning to hype up the excitement.
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would be Samsung’s device that re-ignites the battery wars. Finally after solving the blasting feud, Samsung would increase the battery size on their Samsung Galaxy Note devices again. And based on reports, it seems like Samsung’s about to make a ton of people happy about it in the process. That is, about a 20% boost over the 3330mAh battery of the Note 8. Reports suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 would pack a 4000mAh battery. There’s no telling how much thicker the phone would be as a result, but at this point I wouldn’t mind personally. Ice Universe, a leaker who has been pretty confident at leaking phones said:
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Earlier this month, reports also claimed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is said to be revealed as early as the 9th of August. As we get closer to August, we should see a few official teasers and a ton of leaks along the way in typical Samsung fashion. However, considering that this would most probably won’t be a major design upgrade, it seems like Samsung would have to spend some time on the drawing board.