Samsung's newest phone can't connect to the internet

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And that is the flawless codename for the phone that will be the King of Samsung's 2018 smartphone lineup. When there are more leaks surrounding the Galaxy Note 9, we will make sure that you become the first readers to know about it. Korean technology giant Samsung thinks that being able to connect to the internet isn't a skill required for its latest smartphone.

The Galaxy Note 9 will hog all the limelight when it arrives later this year. The smartphone is still in the stage of development, but the leaks have started pouring in about this flagship smartphone. A recent report from The Bell claims the Galaxy Note 9 will get a 6.3-inch "Infinity" Super AMOLED display, making it the same size as the Galaxy Note 8. The S9+'s battery of 3500mAh is more powerful than the S9's that has 3000mAh. While Samsung always introduces the next iteration of the Galaxy Note handset that is better in every way, the Galaxy Note 9 featuring the codename "Crown" might mean something else entirely. Another difference is that the Samsung Galaxy S9+ has a Ram memory of 6 GB while the S9 has 4 GB. Expect the Galaxy Note 9 to feature the top-of-the-line spec sheet and features. The new report contradicts previous ones that claim that Samsung would not use the under-display fingerprint scanner due to technical challenges. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will likely come with a set of dual cameras on the rear.

The world's biggest maker of smartphones and semiconductors may use the technology behind cryptocurrencies to manage its vast global supply network. But the rest of the baked-in apps are all business, including a voice recording program and a Korean-English dictionary to help with study.

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However, the KGI Securities analyst later said that the technology is not yet ready or refined for being used in a flagship smartphone.

However, new tests appear to show a hefty difference in battery life between those Galaxy S9 units powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon chipsets, and those powered by the Samsung Exynos brand.

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