Only few months are left for the official unveiling of the Galaxy Note 9. If certain previous reports are to be believed, Samsung is going to choose a time slot earlier than the usual schedule for the new Note Series. As we inch closer to its announcement, new reports and leaks are ramping up now a days. In latest, a fresh report from China claims a humongous 8GB RAM and 512GB ROM storage variant of the Galaxy Note 9 in work.

The report came from a reliable source, “Industry Insider“. As per the source, the Samsung patrons could see this configuration if they are “lucky”. Which implies, curently it’s not confirmed the existence of this high-end model although the chances are high. However, the base model of the Galaxy Note 9 is highly likely to get a 6GB/64GB configuration.

Current Samsung flagship devices offer a maximum storage option of 6GB and 256GB ROM. Though it’s more than enough for most of the common people and even for carrying out bulky processes, the pushing of envelope even further to a whopping 8GB RAM and 512GB internal storage could be helpful as the storage needs are increasing at a tremendous pace.

That said, the next Note device from the South Korean giant will be the best Note ever made. Even Though it’s supposed to sans the much coveted in-display fingerprint sensor, Samsung is expected to bundle some other innovative tech on the phablet. Such as Bixby 2.0 – the next major revamp of Samsung’s proprietary digital assistant will debut with this flagship.

Reported specs of Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Moreover, courtesy to GeekBench visit of the Galaxy Note 9. It should board Samsung Exynos 9810 in most of the markets. While certain markets such as the U.S. and China will get its SDM845 counterpart. Samsung has the tradition of garnishing its flagships with new attractive colors. Courtesy to a previous rumor, with the Galaxy Note 9, a new hue dubbed as “Teddy Brown” is coming to please our eyes.


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