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Samsung's latest smartphone can't connect to the internet

16 April 2018, 10:02 | Jodi Jackson

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Reports suggest that the Galaxy Note 9 will include a giant 4,000 mAh battery under its glass and metal design.

If the speculation is correct, the Note 9 could become one of the best devices ever for battery life.

The codename of Crown for the latest and upcoming flagship smartphone from Samsung, the Galaxy Note 9, is probably because Samsung wants to tower above the iPhone. The Note 9 is also expected to go bigger in terms of display size. What's more, the 8MP front looking selfie snapper found on the Galaxy S9+ could very well be a piece of the Galaxy Note 9 too.

As well as being larger, this screen could also feature new fingerprint technology with the scanner hidden neatly behind the glass.

There's now no official word on when this phablet will be released but some reports have suggested it could be shown to the world as early as July.

While it's still not confirmed, Samsung is likely to launch the Galaxy Note 9 as early as July or August. While many were disappointed in the lack of features that the Galaxy S9 brought to the table, the phone managed to snag the top spot - although just by a slim margin.


A recent report has suggested that Galaxy S9 handsets bought in the United Kingdom and Europe might be noticeable worse than purchased elsewhere, new battery life tests have revealed.

As you might expect, this speedier chipset requires more power.

An worldwide shipment of goods for companies in areas such as the automotive, retail or consumer goods industries typically requires more than 20 different documents, many of which are often paper-based, to enable the goods to move from exporter to importer. Notably, the Note 8 was heavily criticised for its battery life.

One of the big similarities is that both of them come with a Snapdragon 845 mobile platform - Qualcomm's latest chip which is built using ultra-efficient 10nm process.

The South Korean tech giant, which ranked at seventh in 2015 and 2016, slipped to 24th place in 2017 after suffering from the safety scandal involving batteries used on the Note 7 phablet released a year earlier.



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