The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets a royal code name


A code name that is ambitious for the Korean firm. Code names are legion in the middle of smartphones and the South Korean manufacturer Samsung makes regular use of it. The Galaxy Note 9, a future phablette dedicated to multimedia thanks to a beautiful Super AMOLED screen, is not likely to escape the rule. And for good reason: the famous leaker Evan Blass has just unveiled the code name of the flagship. A code name for the least royal! A code name that sets the tone Galaxy Note9 (SM-N960U) codename is Crown. – Evan Blass (@evleaks) April 14, 2018 Evan Blass, famous leaker has the reputation of always just typing and reliable sources, has just revealed the code name of the future Galaxy Note 9. This is none other than ” Crown ” is ” Crowned ” in French. A name which sets the tone of the ambitions of the South Korean firm that shines for many years on the middle of phones: the manufacturer stands out as the manufacturer selling the most models. Incidentally, Evan Blass reveals the serial number of the Galaxy Note 9 which is none other than SM-N960U – the former with the SM-N950U. A powerful phone The code name ” Crown “Will probably not be stolen from the first rumors around the Galaxy Note 9. It speaks for example of a Snapdragon 845 processor – one of the most powerful – coupled with 6 GB of RAM. The Super AMOLED screen mentioned above should be 6.4 inches tall. The battery will have a capacity oscillating between 3850 and 4000 mAh while the storage would be 128 GB – expandable via microSD. The dual photo sensor will be at the rendezvous with 12 megapixel wide angle and an 8 megapixel front camera. Level features, rumors evoke a fingerprint reader integrated below the screen. Will Samsung offer the Holy Grail of builders that a handful is starting to develop for users? It seems that yes. On the Apple iPhone side, the Cupertino company seems to rely much more on facial recognition via Face ID.


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