Mar 30th, 2018

The Galaxy S9 lineup has been available for about a month now, but it seems that Samsung is scrambling. There have been reports that sales for the Galaxy S9 have been much lower than anticipated.

This has forced Samsung to move up its scheduled release for the Galaxy Note 9. Originally, the device wasn’t expected to arrive until this fall, but a new report claims that we could see a launch as early as July or August.

This also comes after a Galaxy Note 9 prototype was discovered on Geekbench. The listing didn’t have much to share, other than the fact that it has 6GB of RAM and will be running Android 8.1 Oreo.

Reports claim that the display for the Galaxy Note 9 will measure in around 6.38-inches. However, it seems that Samsung still won’t have the technology ready in time to introduce its own fingerprint scanner embedded in the display.

I wouldn’t be surprised to see Samsung play it safe for one more year. The Galaxy Note 9 could end up with the same design as the Galaxy S9, and I think people would still be happy for the most part.

Let us know what you think about the Galaxy Note 9 in the comments below.

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