As the smartphone manufacturing company Samsung moves closer to the launch of Samsung’s next flagship, the reports regarding Galaxy Note 9 picked up the pace. This has also to do with moving further away from the worldwide release of the Galaxy S9. The reports that have surfaced regarding Galaxy Note 9 suggest that the Galaxy Note 9 will come with a 6.4-inch display and possibly a 4,000 mAh battery. The battery power capacity sounds too good to be true and, quite frankly, appears very problematic. But if Samsung is to implement an in-display fingerprint scanner on the upcoming Galaxy Note 9, the larger screen should have the capacity to fit in a large battery. This will also increase the display size slightly, and the inclusion of a large battery sounds technically possible.
Previously a report which came from a trustworthy source mentioned that Samsung was on its way with the production of the Galaxy Note 9 with its 6.38-inch display screen. This is not the first time that reports regarding Galaxy Note 9 having a bigger display have surfaced. Samsung has further slimmed down the bezels around the infinity display. So the increase in the size of the display screen could be a result of this. Or maybe it was done simply by the increased space required for the in-display fingerprint sensor. But all of these are mere speculations, and Samsung has not released any official statement regarding this. Ice Universe, the trustworthy and popular leakster, says that the battery could have been either 3,850 mAh or 4,000 mAh capacity. So Samsung may not have reached any final conclusion yet.
Previously everyone has seen that the company Samsung first tries a few of the prototypes and then releases the one that works best. So it is quite natural on Samsung’s part to have produced two prototypes varying in battery capacity. But whenever such reports have surfaced, Samsung has in some way progressed towards significant updates and that too in battery capacity. Everyone should keep an eye on the release of any official statement from the company itself.