A Samsung Electronics-made device identified by the model number SM-N960F that's widely believed to be the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 appeared in the online database of smartphone benchmarking tool Geekbench, having first been spotted by tech media from the Netherlands.
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Rumours have the display at 10.5 inches with the bezels shrunk down from the Galaxy Tab S3 of a year ago.
Another notable aspect of the 5.6-inch Samsung phone is its front-camera. The feature was compatible with Android 6.0 Marshmallow and now, the company has released Good Lock 2018 that brings personalization features to Galaxy devices running Android 8.0 Oreo. We're expecting an 8GB RAM variant and another one with 512GB onboard storage in some markets. There's a microSD card slot for storage expansion, and it accepts up to 256GB of SD cards. On the rear, the device sports single rear camera which protrudes out of the body and also a LED flash. Some of the highlights of the smartphone include Infinity Display design and LED flash enabled selfie camera. The main thing from stopping me from buying a Samsung tablet has also disappeared from the front - the home button. On the bright side, other countries could still get Oreos sooner than that on the Galaxy J3, J5 and J7 (2017). As early as October previous year, we said the phone may implement the under-display optical fingerprint sensor and had the same speculation a few months later.