The big difference isn't very large at all, according to notorious feline tipster Ice Universe. The phone will, however, get a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED screen with QHD+ resolution (1440×2960 pixels), in the 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Also, there are Bixby automation features and improved security integration.
Moreover, the Note 9 might be powered by the most recent Snapdragon 845 or the new Exynos 9810 chipset. And Samsung is doing the same thing with the Galaxy S9.
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Despite the contradicting reports, the in-display fingerprint sensor rumors don't seem to die down soon, suggesting the feature could still be in the air for the Galaxy Note 9.
Where does that leave the launch of the rumoured Samsung Galaxy X folding phone? In 2017, there were rumours that the Samsung Galaxy S9 would make its first public appearance at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas January. Some say that the Galaxy Note 9 will come with in-display fingerprint scanner. We have already seen several leaked images and specifications of the phone. In fact, the price has increased to $950 ever since its release. In the first half, you will see the company updating its Galaxy S lineup while in the second half of the year, the company updates its Galaxy Note lineup.
It's perfectly suitable for anyone who is looking for the Samsung flagship phone at an affordable price but having the same design. Therefore, the Galaxy Note 9 will be more expensive compared to its predecessor. The overall shape and design of the Note 9 is largely unchanged, however. It might even set you back to at least $950 for the unlocked model. According to the information we've gathered thus far, it would appear that it's going to be rather hard telling the difference between the Galaxy Note 8 and the Galaxy Note 9 - save a single, very much extremely, tiny detail.