Galaxy Note 9 Again Merged into the Network: live pictures and details about the battery

Galaxy Note 9
Written by Hassan Abbas

Now you definitely can not survive – the design of the page will not change to suit the fashion trends. But the capacity of the battery will pleasantly surprise.

While Samsung is actively preparing for the event Galaxy Unpacked, dedicated to the launch of Galaxy Note 9, the network continues to publish various kinds of leakage regarding the upcoming flagship smartphone.

Galaxy Note 9

Galaxy Note 9

New “live” photos of Galaxy Note 9 demonstrate the device both in front and behind. And in the pictures the smartphone is shown working, the “About the phone” settings section is opened on the screen, where you can see the number of its model. On the back of the device are a double main camera and fingerprint sensor, which is under it, and not on the side. However, nothing new, photos confirm previous rumors and leaks revealing the design of the smartphone.

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The Internet also has information about the battery Galaxy Note 9. According to the Brazilian telecommunications controller ANATEL, the device will receive a battery capacity of 4000 mAh. This is very good, in fact. For comparison, Galaxy Note 8 is equipped with a 3300 mAh battery, slightly less than the infamous Note 7. Because the power consumption of the new model of the smartphone, especially the processor and the display, will not change much (in the big direction for sure), this will allow the device to significantly work longer.

Galaxy Note 9

Galaxy Note 9 Battery Details

Galaxy Note 9, as is known, will officially be presented on August 9 in New York. It is expected that together with the smartphone, Samsung also announces the smartwatch Galaxy Watch and the “smart” Bixby column.

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Hassan Abbas

Tech enthusiast with too many items on his wish-list and not nearly enough money! Specializing in all things tech, with a slight Apple bent he has been writing for various blogs for the best part of (too many) years

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