The Samsung Galaxy S8 is a high-end smartphone and although it's no longer the latest flagship from the company, it may still be too expensive for some. A new report suggests that the Galaxy Note 9 is going to be a boring upgrade. Samsung's existing smartphones already boast of a handsome design with a curved display. The South Korean company has announced a Rs. 10,000 cashback offer on its Galaxy Note 8 which brings the overall price to Rs 49,900. Moving towards the Galaxy line of things means Samsung could be taking precautions in undoing what it did with setting up its Gear tag.
Until now, the "Infinity Display" had only been a feature of the Galaxy S series (Galaxy S8/S8+, Galaxy Note 8, and Galaxy S9/S9+) and the Galaxy A series (Galaxy A8 2018 and Galaxy A8+ 2018). Intelligent Scan combines data from the facial recognition and the iris scanner to recognize the user. Still run unconfirmed rumors that the phablet could be the first device from Samsung that will get the built-in display touch fingerprint sensor is a fingerprint sensor on the rear panel. You can see two cellular strength indicators in the notification bar. The Galaxy S9 features a 5.8-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display and Galaxy S9 Plus features a 6.2-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display. We're looking at the same Galaxy S9 here, both when it comes to specs and pricing options. It will come with 4GB RAM and 64GB internal memory that can be expanded up to 256 GB via microSD. The battery capacity of Galaxy S9 is 3,000mAh, while the Galaxy S9 Plus is backed by a 3,500mAh battery. The worldwide variant would feature Samsung's in-house Exynos 9810 chipset. The Note 9 will also get an upgraded camera and will inherit the dual-aperture camera setup that we saw on the Galaxy S9 Plus. The front camera is same i.e. 8MP with autofocus and support for 4K video recording.