The Samsung Galaxy S9 has been a success. Samsung has been quite conservative but the reviews of this model have been positive. But that is no reason to stop and as expected, as one of the Samsung executives confirmed it, we will have a new flagship of the company in the second half of the year, which begins in a little over four weeks.
The one expected is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 It has been seen in benchmark tests that highlight its power. We have also seen some supposed screen protectors that show us how the front design of the terminal will be.
First benchmarks and versions
As usually happens, some of the first data from mobiles comes from benchmark websites. This is no exception and the Note 9 has been seen testing Geekbench, a website where it is seen that it uses Android 8.1 Oreo and that it has 6 GB of RAM.
Some leakers report that there will be a version of 8 GB of RAM and 512 GB of internal memory, but it doesn't seem like a sure thing yet.
A design that questions the notch
Samsung is the only one of the big brands (along with Sony) that has not used the notch in any of its models. The element Apple popularized in Korea doesn't like, and Samsung still prefers minimal edges but no clipping. This is what the first of two leaked screen protectors supposedly belonging to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 shows.
Along with that there is another one that does have a cutout but if you look we see that it has two elements at the top that frame the sensor area.
We could be before two different models of the Galaxy Note 9, or before two different protectors for the same mobile, although the side and bottom frames seem to be different.
This model is expected to be presented in summer, rumored on July 29 as the chosen day, although it is not yet official.