Published: Mon, April 02, 2018
Sci-tech | By Jackie Newman

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 surfaces on official support site

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 surfaces on official support site

Well, as the production of display will be starting two months earlier, Samsung could launch the Galaxy Note9 two months earlier, which in turn means that this 2018 Galaxy Note will be released two months earlier - in July - than last year's Galaxy Note8 which was launched in August and released in September.

Strangely, the radio works fine on carrier-locked units of the Galaxy S9 and S9+, making it seem like the company just simply made a mistake and forgot to add the feature.

Apple's new iPhones are said to be another reason for Samsung Electronics' plan to advance the schedule. The Galaxy Note 8 was unveiled by the company on August 23 in 2017 and it hit the stores on September 15.

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As folks at Androidu.ro reported, the support page of the Galaxy Note 9 has emerged on Samsung's North Africa and South Africa websites. This is because Samsung will reportedly start manufacturing the OLED panels for the Note 9 from April.

Samsung has preponed the launch of Note series smartphone in the past and thus it won't be surprising if it does it again with Note 9. The Galaxy Note 7 got launched a bit earlier than that in the same month, but we all know how well that went. But earlier this year, we heard that Samsung was committed to leaving FM hardware unlocked and accessible for its upcoming phones in the USA and Canada.

The Investor also provides an interesting detail about the Galaxy Note 9's screen. Apart from that, the report also states that the Note9 may not come with an in-display fingerprint scanner - something that many had high hopes for.

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