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"Crown" is the name for the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9, according to the latest tweet from Evan Blass, a star leaker. A newly spotted patent filed by Samsung hints that the company might be finally planning to adopt the notch with its upcoming Galaxy Note 9. This is due to the fact that the two new devices, which are now being dubbed the iPhone Xs and Xs Plus and are respectively expected to feature 5.8-inch and 6.5-inch displays, are set to go on sale in late September.
Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 codename is "Crown", according to Evan Blass.
KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims the Galaxy Note 9 would not feature an in-display fingerprint solution because Samsung is still experiencing "technological difficulties" with the feature. These rumors highlight what the phone will look like, whether it will have an in screen fingerprint scanner and so on.
Samsung fans might also see a significant improvement in Bixby as the company is reported to be working on Bixby 2.0.
There's now no official word on when this phablet will be released but some reports have suggested it could be shown to the world as early as July. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will likely come with a set of dual cameras on the rear.
This Note 9 battery news comes at a bad time for Samsung. On the all new Galaxy S-series, App Pair now launches from your device's Home Screen as well as the Apps Edge panel to provide more choices that fit your preference and maximize your productivity. The codename seems appropriate for a device that will be Samsung's most expensive smartphone of this year.
Samsung typically uses different processors for different markers around the world.
However, new tests appear to show a hefty difference in battery life between those Galaxy S9 units powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets, and those powered by the Samsung Exynos brand.
Of the seven flagship smartphones that were tested, the Galaxy S9 came in at sixth place.