Samsung never reports what number of cell phones it offers into channels or to end clients each quarter, so we’ll never know precisely what a number of Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ handsets the South Korean organization has sold.
Here’s The Photo Of The Leaked Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9
Various reports have said that Samsung deals have been moderate. All things considered, we have much more strong proof that Galaxy S9 deals have been disappointing: both the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ got huge value cuts after only one month it debuted to the public.
Both the Galaxy S9 and S9+ look similar to both Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ that were launched last year. This could be one of the reasons why people are not sold out to upgrade their smartphones. Granting this is the case, another bad news for Samsung users: a new leak reveals that Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 9 would likely to follow the Galaxy S9’s lead.
Previous months, we have heard several information about the Galaxy Note 9, which is expected to feature a design just like last year’s Galaxy Note 8. But a source has finally revealed what appears to be the first image of Samsung’s upcoming next-generation Galaxy Note handset.
A Twitter user named Ice Universe has shared the Galaxy Note 9 photo in the micro-blogging site. Ice Universe is known in the past to have leaked accurate details and images of unreleased phones. Samsung users claim that the leaked photo appeared to be the first render of Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9. Others claim that it looks similar to the Galaxy Note 8 released back in 2017.
“Samsung was lazy in 2018, and I concluded that Note9 would not change much,” the anonymous leaker wrote in the tweet that accompanied the image above. “This is just a small adjustment to Note8.”
Among the rumored features of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the Super Speed Dual Pixel camera, under-display fingerprint sensor, among others.