Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to Arrive Earlier Than Expected
Recent leak from Korea Herald suggests that the Galaxy Note 9 will arrive earlier than expected. According to the leak, Samsung is a two months ahead of schedule for the Galaxy Note 9 release.
A source claimed that Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been getting developed since April and has been pushed hard due to the less excitement expectation of the Galaxy S9 upgrade. Two months earlier means that we can expect to see the Galaxy Note 9 on sale as soon as August, meaning that we might see Samsung announce the Note 9 as early as July.
Code named Crown, the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to bring in-screen fingerprint reader, new S Pen stylus, and an improved dual lens camera. Of course we also expect larger battery and more processing power.
According to The Korea Herald, Gray G. Lee, head of the AI Center Under Samsung Research, said that the Galaxy Note 9 will be the launch device for Bixby 2.0. He also said that Bixby 2.0 will be more than just a personal assistant but will be an artificial intelligence platform which enhances the performance and user experience across the mobile phone.
Gray G. Lee also said that Samsung expects to Bixby to be running on 14 million Samsung devices by the end of the year. Bixby 2.0 will have enhanced natural language processing, improved noise resistance capability and faster response times.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with Bixby 2.0 will surely be the next most wanted phablet to be released this year.