With the Galaxy S9 and S9+ now revealed, attention turns to the next device on the roadmap for Samsung with the Note 9.
The Galaxy Note 9 is the next iteration of the Galaxy Note series for Samsung, and the trademark filed by the company confirms the name of the device. With some companies choosing to skip version numbers with subsequent releases, the trademark confirms the next device to carry the Note branding will be the Galaxy Note 9.
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Samsung recorded all high-end devices in a Columbian trademark application that saw devices such as the Note 8, S8, and S9 specifically named but also included reference to the Galaxy Note 9.
As far as release date goes, the trademark application doesn’t give any indication as to when that might be, only the commitment to the name of the device. The Galaxy Note 9 will be released in August or September, as we’ve seen in previous years, and will feature the improvements found in the Galaxy S9 such as the variable aperture camera and placement of the fingerprint sensor.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 isn’t expected to depart from the infinity design we’ve come to know and love with the recent Galaxy devices, but we could see the RAM increased to a massive 8GB and a new S-Pen accompanying Bixby 2.0.
The naming of the Galaxy Note 9 although not much of a surprise does confirm Samsung aren’t choosing to start the Note series with the long-rumored changed to X designation. It seems more likely that the Galaxy S10 will be the device where Samsung drop the numbering of its devices and move to the Galaxy X convention.
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