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Samsung is expected to launch its next-gen Galaxy Note 9 flagship sometime this fall. According to Blass, the Galaxy Note 9 is said to bear the codename "Crown". Meanwhile, an ever-reliable tipster has revealed the Galaxy Note 9 codename. In November a year ago, a report from Korean site The Investor claimed that Samsung was developing the Note 9 under the codename "Crown". Samsung is calling the Galaxy Note 9 "Crown" internally, which shows that the company wants to position its next flagship as the best phablet in the market.

In terms of camera, the S9 possesses a 12-megapixel f/2.4 and f/1.5 aperture camera just like the S9+ plus a 12-megapixel secondary camera. Last year's Galaxy Note 8 was internally known as "Baikal" to highlight its giant bezel-less display.

To put that into some sort of perspective the Galaxy S8 and S9 both feature 3,000 mAh batteries whilst last year's Note 8 includes a 3,300 mAh power pack.

Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ handsets are powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset in North America, while in other parts of the world, Samsung uses its own Exynos 9810 chipset. However, the dual camera as well as the S Pen will be improved.

We already know that the Galaxy Note 9 will be big, but it won't be different from its predecessor.

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KGI Securities analyst Ming-Chi Kuo claims the Galaxy Note 9 would not feature an in-display fingerprint solution because Samsung is still experiencing "technological difficulties" with the feature.

At the request of Evan Blass, the code name of Samsung Galaxy Note the 9 is the Crown, which translated into Russian language means "Crown".

It has previously been reported that LG would also manufacture displays for the 2018 iPhone lineup, but it appears the company is not yet capable of reaching Apple's high demand, hence the reason Samsung is instead set to become the sole OLED display provider once again.

Next on Samsung's agenda looks likely to be the new Galaxy Note 9 which could be here as early as July. There's still some doubt here. A new patent published by Samsung points to this possibility, as the patent implies that the fingerprint scanner will occupy one fifth of the screen at the bottom.

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