The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 concept video is out and it’s rocking. Designed at its best, the concept video will no doubt make the Galaxy Note 9, the Galaxy of your dream.
[UPDATE] April 5, 2018
A few Samsung Galaxy Note 9 images have popped up showing the unavailability of the in-display fingerprint scanner. The report claims that the “in-display fingerprint sensor is fake”.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Concept Video
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 concept video shows the upcoming mobile phone in full glory. The video points out the in-display fingerprint reader tech, which was rumored to not be a feature of the new Note. The video includes the feature, though.
This puts confusion in the minds of the consumers whether the new Galaxy Note 9 will have the UD fingerprint sensor. However, if Samsung Galaxy Note 9 does come out with an in-display fingerprint reader, it’ll be competing with the Vivo X21 for the same feature. For those who aren’t in the know, the Vivo X21 comes with a UD variant, which was recently launched in China.
The recently-released Galaxy S9 Plus had a stiff competitor in the form of the Huawei P20 Pro. The two flagships were put together for camera comparison. Needless to say, the Galaxy Note 9 too will have such fierce competition in the wings.
As far as the expected specifications of the GN 9 are concerned, it’s likely to come with an SD845 processor. Alternatively, it might also feature the Exynos 9810 processor. However, this would depend on the market. The screen is likely to be 6.3 inches having QHD+ super AMOLED display. The native memory will be 128GB. And the powerful 8GB of RAM will support the device. A 12MP dual rear camera will also make it to the features line-up.
So, what do you think of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 concept video? Do you think Samsung will have the UD fingerprint reader? Do share your thoughts in the comments section below.