Samsung is working on the Galaxy Note 9 which is set to launch in the coming months. Lately, there has so much talks about the smartphone’s internal storage spec, and now, the latest report reaching us claims that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could boast of even more native storage space than the company’s most recent flagships, while also upping the RAM count.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may Sport 512GB Internal Storage
This next Samsung flagship device is expected to come with 64GB of internal storage and 6GB of RAM. But acording to a well-known tipster with accurate track record, another variant with 8GB of RAM and a whooping 512GB of native storage is in line. This is two times higher that amount of internal storage Samsung offers for its Galaxy S9 series – 256GB. This model will also have a microSD card slot for expanded memory, but it may be available exclusively to China .
In terms of performance, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will likely be powered with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 over in the US while remaining markets will receive the Exynos 9810 chip, which may actually be speedier than the Qualcomm variant. For image and video duties, a variable aperture main camera is expected to be included alongside a secondary telephoto lens, much like the recent Galaxy S9+. However, it’s unclear if any major upgrades will be included.
To cap it off, this upcoming device will run Android 8.1 Oreo based on the latest Samsung Experience UI. The Galaxy Note 9 is rumoured to be unveiled and released by late-July and mid-August, which means that the final version of Android P would still not be publicly available. The South Korean company may however release the new software in a future update.