The rumor mill is now revealing upcoming features of the Galaxy Note 9 as the Samsung phablet is slated to go official in the third quarter of the year. Fresh information that has surfaced on reveals that the highest configuration model of the Note 9 for South Korea will feature a native storage of 512 GB.
The only smartphone OEM that has launched a 512 GB storage smartphone is Huawei. The Mate RS that was unleashed alongside the P20 and P20 Pro has an inbuilt storage of 512 GB. It is speculated that apart from South Korea, China may also receive the 512 GB variant. It is likely that the 512 GB Galaxy Note 9 could be dubbed as Emperor Edition.
The 512 GB edition of the Note 9 is expected to feature 6 GB of RAM. Select markets like U.S., China and Canada may receive the Snapdragon 845 variant of the phablet and the other markets may get the Exynos 9810 chipset model. The phablet may house a 4,000mAh battery. Like the Galaxy S9+, the Note 9 may feature a dual camera setup with variable aperture.
As far as the design of the Galaxy Note 9 is concerned, it is speculated that it will be sporting the similar Infinity Display that was made available on the predecessor phone. Hence, it is expected to arrive with Gorilla Glass panels on front and rear with an aluminum frame in between. It is expected to house a 6.38-inch S-AMOLED display that offers an aspect ratio of 18.5:9.