The Galaxy Note 9 is Samsung’s chance of making an impact in 2018 after the mobile industry’s rather lukewarm reception to the Galaxy S9. With the Note 9, Samsung could release a device that could provide smartphone buyers with the much-needed “wow” factor that was missing in the South Korean tech giant’s first 2018 flagship.
With the Galaxy Note 9, Samsung is looking to adopt a very simple strategy — More is More. According to recent rumors, the Galaxy Note 9 would feature more storage, more RAM, more thickness, and more weight than the outgoing model. Apart from this, the Galaxy Note 9 is also rumored to feature a larger 4,000 mAh battery. Inasmuch as this is good news, however, noted leaker group Ice Universe noted that the Galaxy Note 9 would likely not feature fast charging.