#TechFriday: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 a hit

#TechFriday: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 a hit

#TechFriday: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 a hit

Rumors about a new Galaxy smartphone with four cameras surfaced earlier. The Galaxy Note 9 is powered by a 4,000 mAh battery, which is 500 mAh more than the one found in the Galaxy S9+ and 700 mAh more than its predecessor, the Note 8.

However, the one thing that all of the media is confirmed about is that the new Samsung "F" series won't be launched at the event neither the Galaxy S10. The pink and purple gradient finish for the device looks unlike anything we have seen from Samsung in the color department before. The publication also wrote that the chances of Samsung unveiling the foldable Galaxy F or the 2019 flagship Galaxy S10 at the October event are very slim.

What, you thought the Galaxy Note 9 was the last phone for Samsung this year? Later, the Seoul giant said that even the Galaxy Note 9 would arrive with the same specs.

Samsung's mobile chief DJ Koh on the side-lines of IFA 2018 announced that, 'the handset might become a reality at the Samsung Developer Conference (SDC) this November in San Francisco, so the October event could be about something else altogether'.

That's it. Now, you should no longer face the slow charging issue on your Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

According to ZDNet's review of the Note 9 which got released recently, this can't get more glorious than it actually is.

Our next solution to a problem where your Samsung Galaxy Note 9 charges slowly would be to try charging it when its turned off. This feature allows a user to make an avatar of them from a selfie.

What are you hoping to see from this event?

Let us talk about the S Pen.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 sports a 6.4 inches Super AMOLED display with a screen resolution of 1440 x 2960 pixels. You can go to Samsung's or its, and submit your name, email ID, and carrier model of choice to reserve the smartphone. It comes with 6GB or 8GB of RAM and 128GB or 512GB of internal storage. Samsung has a few Galaxy A phones with dual front cameras, such as the Galaxy A8 and A8+, but the company is yet to bring out a phone with dual cameras on the front and back.

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