26 June 2018
Galaxy Note 9 leaks and rumors are on the rise these days and why not as the said launch timeframe isn’t too far from us. Now, according to a new report, Galaxy Note 9 could also launch in brown color apart from Blue, Black, Lavender, and Gray color options.
The report comes from a tech site AllAboutSamsung that has shared the concept pictures of the Galaxy Note 9 in five different colors. The tech site cites its sources and there isn’t any way to check the credibility of this information. Furthermore, Sammobile reached its sources and the site also couldn’t gain any information on the same, but at least Purple, Black, and Blue colors are confirmed.
Now, the Brown color is said to be limited to some markets. This color was last draped on the Galaxy Note II. However, the Brown-colored Galaxy S6 was built exclusively for the UK.
The further report from AllAboutSamsung tells that Samsung is making minor adjustments to the existing colors. For instance, Purple color may have a lighter hue than the Lilac Purple shade on the Galaxy S9. This could match with the Lavender Galaxy A6. On the other hand, the gray color will have a darker tone than the one present on the Galaxy S9 and familiar by the name of Titanium Gray. Also, the blue version will reportedly have a golden frame, and its shade will fall somewhere between the blue Galaxy Note 7 and Galaxy Note 8. The Black color, meanwhile, is said to be the same.
100% sure, Galaxy Note9 battery 4000mAh— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 13, 2018
Another interesting news regarding the Galaxy Note 9 tells that the device will include 4,000mAH battery. Ice universe that has a good track record with information on unreleased Samsung devices claims via his tweet that Galaxy Note 9 will 100% come with 4,000mAH battery. Well, not long ago we got to know that why Galaxy Note 9 has the horizontal rear camera like its predecessor and now this “100% sure” news is giving a concrete support to it.
Furthermore, according to GalaxyClub, Samsung also seems to be preparing a faster wireless charger which means there are higher chances of having a larger battery. GalaxyClub reports that a new charger with model number EP-N6100 has been certified by FCC. This has an input rating of 12 volts and 21 amperes. Galaxy S9 with EP-N5100 has a 9 volts and 1.67 amperes input rating.
So, in totality, there are so many indications that the Note 9 will have the largest battery seen on Samsung’s mainstream flagships. But, keep this information with a pinch of salt as nothing is confirmed yet.