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". Apparently, their listing hinted towards the Galaxy Note 9; however, it is confirmed now. On Twitter, he posted the battery cell information of the upcoming device, which puts Note 9's battery capacity at 3,850mAh.
Which is why Samsung has also made the US$180 phone part of an offer that will see its purchase price reimbursed if buyers who sit the test later acquire another more capable Samsung device.
The South Korean tech giant, which ranked at seventh in 2015 and 2016, slipped to 24th place in 2017 after suffering from the safety scandal involving batteries used on the Note 7 phablet released a year earlier.
If Samsung can create similar performance with the Note 9 it could make this smartphone hugely desirable. If this turns out to be correct, the Galaxy Note 9 will be the largest handset yet from Samsung, although it is not certain if the increase in screen size will be due to slimmer bezels, or an over-all increase of the phone build.
While it's still not confirmed, Samsung is likely to launch the Galaxy Note 9 as early as July or August. Last year, South Korean site The Investor reported that Samsung was developing the Galaxy Note 9 under the codename "Crown".
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A recent report has suggested that Galaxy S9 handsets bought in the United Kingdom and Europe might be noticeable worse than purchased elsewhere, new battery life tests have revealed. The S9+'s battery of 3500mAh is more powerful than the S9's that has 3000mAh.
As you might expect, this speedier chipset requires more power.
Of the seven flagship smartphones that were tested, the Galaxy S9 came in at sixth place.