Samsung to launch its next Galaxy Note on 9th August


According to the latest reports, Samsung would be releasing its next smartphone of the Galaxy Note series on 9th August. This new phone would have a similar appearance to that of the phones, which released in the previous fall. However, this new model of Samsung would come with an enhanced camera and processor.

Having said that the “upgraded processor” is a characteristic feature from Qualcomm that would remain confined to certain markets only. However, the processor of this new phone of the company reportedly is still using the same Snapdragon 845, which was used in the previous phones of Samsung, namely- the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus. The Snapdragon 845 is an upgrade used in these Samsung phones that arrived after the Snapdragon 835 used in the Note 8. A further upgraded Qualcomm chip is not expected in this upcoming release. Though rumors have been heard about Snapdragon 850, no clear report confirming it has been released yet. However, some received information does speak of new Snapdragon 855 to be used in the Samsung Galaxy 10.

The camera of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is reportedly better as compared to that of the previous Galaxy Note 8. However, it is roughly similar to the photography experience received in the Galaxy S9. Having said this, nothing is yet confirmed about the features of the model.

Currently, many Android phones, such as the LG G7 and Sony Xperia XZ2, come with the provision for “HDR video recording.” However, Samsung cut off this feature from its Galaxy S9 Plus and Galaxy S9. This is because the Exynos 9810 chip of the mobile company does not support HDR video recording. Nevertheless, Samsung reportedly is making some changes and its Galaxy Note 9 could provide provision for HDR video recording. The phones that allow HDR video recording tend to soak up color data around sixty-four times more in comparison to regular sensors. This increased color spectrum makes the videos lively.

The new Galaxy Note 9 model of Samsung would reportedly be launched on 9th August at the “Unpacked event” of Tech Giant in the New York City.

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