Samsung is about to release the company’s forthcoming flagship phablet in Note series, Samsung Galaxy Note 9, by the third quarter of this year. The rumours and leaked information regarding device are moving around so fastly, and they are found hardly believable. Now, the smartphone leaker Evan Blass (@evleaks) comes with a new legitimate information about the smartphone, that the device has a codename. According to him, the codename which has been set for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is “Crown”.
The XDA-Developers recently reported a list of unannounced Samsung smartphones, and one among them was the Crown. Apparently, their listing hinted towards the Galaxy Note 9; however, it is confirmed now.
Samsung’s next phablet is expected to come with a 6.4-inch or 6.9-inch QHD+ sAMOLED Infinity display. The motherboard will carry the Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 SOC along with 6GB or 8GB of RAM. The S–pen will remain the same as before. Also, we could anticipate the variable dual aperture feature from the Galaxy S9 & S9 lineups. Many rumours suggest an under-screen fingerprint scanner, but it very unlikely to happen this year as the ultrasonic biometric scanning technology has to come much better.
Could the Galaxy Note 9 become the Crown of Samsung’s Galaxy brand name? Let’s see.