Samsung Filled The Trademark for the Galaxy "Note 9"

Samsung Filled The Trademark for the Galaxy

Samsung Filled The Trademark for the Galaxy "Note 9"

To say that the rollout of Android Oreo on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been slow is an understatement. There have been rumors that the Korean electronics giant could change the naming patterns for the Galaxy S and Note series from 2019.

Recombu's Chris Barraclough praised the smart camera tech and superb performance, saying the phone provides a "premium everyday experience", concluding "the Galaxy S9 is a sexy, lovable bundle of seriously premium tech, and it should certainly stand the test of time". The Galaxy Note 9 trademark was filed on March 12, several months ahead of the phone's official announcement.

The AR emoji is one of the new features adopted by the Galaxy S9 smartphones.

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Samsung's Oreo introduction has recently treated the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus to a good helping of features that were previously exclusive to the Note 8. Many users were very much satisfied with the service Samsung offered.

Other items of note include 64GB of internal storage, a microSD slot supporting up to 400GB cards, Category 18 LTE modem (Gigabit Class), Bluetooth 5.0, 802.11ac, 3,500 mAh battery (3,000 mAh for the Galaxy S9) and support for wireless charging. In the United States and China, the phones get the new Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, while in the rest of the world, the phones use a Samsung's equally new Exynos 9810 Octa. It's not terribly helpful to use one region's launch to predict when it will appear elsewhere around the globe, but it shows that Samsung is finally confident enough to push an update live - and not take it down immediately.

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