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But that does not appear to the case with the Exynos Galaxy S9 handsets. Meanwhile, an ever-reliable tipster has revealed the Galaxy Note 9 codename.

The Galaxy Note 9 will hog all the limelight when it arrives later this year.

This would be slightly earlier than previous years with Note devices usually being unveiled in August. The Galaxy Note 9 will succeed the Galaxy Note 8, which made its debut in August previous year. For those who're not aware, Baikal is one of the largest lakes in Europe and Russian Federation. According to Blass, the Galaxy Note 9 is said to bear the codename "Crown".

In terms of camera, the S9 possesses a 12-megapixel f/2.4 and f/1.5 aperture camera just like the S9+ plus a 12-megapixel secondary camera. The screen curves on the sides similar to Galaxy S9. It indicates that Samsung would adopt the iPhone X's expensive solution of bending the screen at the bottom edge to house the display driver underneath the panel.

Samsung now has zero intentions of letting anyone other than the Koreans play around with the dumb phone but I'm not sure that this mobile phone would have many takers as it is.

Samsung would prefer to eliminate bezels entirely.

For one, there are rumors that the Galaxy Note 9 will come with an in display type of fingerprint reader. Students can exchange this phone with high-end smartphones from Samsung's Galaxy S, Note and A series. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will likely come with a set of dual cameras on the rear. Also on offer is 16GB of internal storage which is further expandable via a microSD card. Samsung is calling the Galaxy Note 9 "Crown" internally, which shows that the company wants to position its next flagship as the best phablet in the market. According to Twitter tipster Ice Universe, the handset would pack a 4,000mAh or 3,850mAh battery. This means that the Note 9 will be the first Samsung device from Samsung to offer such a feature.

Regarding their screen size, the Samgung Galaxy S9 has a 5.8-inch screen while the S9+ has a 6.2-inch screen. The device would run Samsung's custom UI on top of Android Oreo, though it should receive the Android P update soon after launch.

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