Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with a notch? Leaked patent hints so

The'notched display could possibly show up in one of their upcoming flagships — the Galaxy Note 9? Or the Galaxy S10? Who knows

The'notched display could possibly show up in one of their upcoming flagships — the Galaxy Note 9? Or the Galaxy S10? Who knows

Now, a Samsung patent filed in China's state intellectual property office (SIPO) has surfaced online suggesting that the South Korean company is reverting to old ways.

The first day sales of Galaxy S9 were lower than expected and its preorders couldn't match that of the older Galaxy S8.

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While memory chips and display devices have been excluded in the tariff list, 40-inch LCD screens have been targeted.

Samsung Notch Display
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with a notch? Leaked patent hints so

Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro is your usual smartphone but without any option to connect to the internet via mobile network or Wi-Fi. There are already too many Android phones out there that look like the iPhone X. And we can't think of a good reason why would Samsung copy Apple's iPhones so blatantly.

The patent shows a phone with a larger screen-to-body ratio than the Galaxy S9. The report also talks about another patent design from Samsung, which has a complete edge-to-edge display without any notch on the front.

However, if you think that Samsung will remain idealistic with its design, you're wrong. A patent is not a confirmation of design and Samsung could simply be exploring various design phones for its upcoming phones. The phone does have an 8-megapixel rear camera and a 5-megapixel front camera. DeX support is back, as is expandable storage via MicroSD card, IP68 waterproofing and support for Samsung's Knox enterprise security and management tools. Samsung introduced a new "Super Speed" Dual Pixel sensor on the Galaxy S9, which is touted by the company to be much better than the one on the Galaxy S8. One of the highlights of the device is its S Pen. According to Twitter tipster Ice Universe, the handset would pack a 4,000mAh or 3,850mAh battery. From Geekbench, we know the J6 will use an Exynos 7870 chipset with 2 GB of RAM and will run Android 8.0 Oreo.

Next on Samsung's agenda looks likely to be the new Galaxy Note 9 which could be here as early as July.

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