Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch Delays Due to Last-Minute Redesign

We have been listening from some rumors that Samsung is expected to launch the new flagship Note 9 earlier this year. Samsung has launched Galaxy Note 8 in September. But now rumors suggest that the Note 9 will launch in July. However, now Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch Delays Due to Last-Minute Redesign.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch Delays Due to Last-Minute Redesign

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Earlier this month, Samsung’s Vice Chairman, Lee Jae-Yong, visited a Shenzhen store to try out some of the Oppo, Xiaomi and vivo smartphones. He wanted to see how they feel in the hand and apparently. After inspiring from their designs he delayed the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch.

Then Samsung’s executives decided to make a small design change. The change will bring approximately two weeks delay. So instead of launching in July, the phone will launch in the beginning of August.

The Vice Chairman asked for a reduction in front glass thickness by 0.5mm. Furthermore, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will come with an upgraded iris scanner, under glass fingerprint sensor and a large screen of 6.28-inch. It will have 8GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal storage. Geekbench revealed that Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to Come with Upgraded Front Camera and Two Version. Out of two versions of Samsung Galaxy Note 9, one will be for US market and other for international.

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Onsa Mustafa

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