Samsung might integrate a 4000mAh battery pack and 6.4-inch Infinity Display 2.0 for the Galaxy Note 9


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Well that escalated quickly, although it's only April this is probably the only second Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumour post thanks to someone leaking some tech-specs about the next flagship. As always, do take it with a grain of salt and let's see what does it have.

According to sources, it's said that the upcoming Note 9 will be packing up a humongous 4000mAh battery juice inside. The battery size has always one of the Note series "weak" points but that's not to say it's a bad thing, this is because of other Chinese smartphone brands such as Xiaomi and Huawei are winning the consumers with big battery packs. Prior to this, an earlier rumour suggests the battery would be 3850mAh but Samsung is throwing in a 4K energy bar. If this is true, then it'll be Samsung's biggest battery smartphone ever. The Note 8's battery is only 3300mAh.

In other news, sources are also hinting a big 6.4-inch screen panel with a new Infinity Display 2.0 design. We don't really know what does the 2.0 version mean, but it's probably about the top and bottom space becoming thinner and we really hope they won't go for the notch display. On top of that, an in-screen fingerprint sensor could also be implemented for the Infinity Display 2.0, along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 (or Exynos 9810) in its 2nd-gen 10nm process, as well as a 6GB + 128GB memory capacity on board.

That's all for now, the Note 9 sounds like a powerhouse already but what do you think? Stay tuned for more Samsung news at

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