At long last, we have some uplifting news. After a long time of leaks which gave some critical hits to they way Galaxy Note 9 was seen, one of the company’s best insiders has a significant update to come for Samsung’s new smartphone.
The mysterious, but reliably precise Ice Universe, as said by Samsung, has plans to twofold the Galaxy Note 9’s storage to about 512 worth of GB, while additionally giving more to RAM, too, 8GB to be precise. Both are considered new stuff for Samsung’s Galaxy ranges.
Besides, it is significant that the Galaxy Note 9 will have a microSD slot, which is the perfect fit for 512GB, which implies this could be the world’s primarily mass-advertise 1TB smartphone. Considering the fact that as of late launched Galaxy S9 likewise just has 4GB worth of RAM (remember that the Plus variation has 6GB), a hop to 8GB would convey boasting rights too.
However, there’s one issue.
Ice Universe uncovers the two moves will get live if we are fortunate. This means that Samsung is taking a shot at giving them, however still can’t seem to completely submit in front of the Galaxy Note 9’s initial release.
The question is: are we really going to believe this? If we are to remember Ice Universe’s reputation, we think we should. The leaker already broke the Galaxy Note 8 configuration, uncovered the first real photographs of the Galaxy S8 and gave each and every feature of the Galaxy S9. So we should trust that we are fortunate enough for this.
On the off chance that the most exceedingly bad happens, in any case, and Samsung continues its current Galaxy Note 9 resource giving-away with just negligible upsides, you won’t need to hold up a long time to see the company doing what is best at. The smartphone Galaxy S10 will have a tenth-anniversary update with an early comparative release. Furthermore, directly from that point onward, Samsung will dispatch something much additionally energizing. But until then, we can do nothing but hold tight.
Henry Lares is still early into his career as tech reporter but has already had his work published in many major publications including Tech Crunch and the Huffington Post. In regards to academics, Henry earned an engineering degree from Apex Technical School. Henry has a passion for emerging technology and covers upcoming products and breakthroughs in science and tech.