A Samsung Electronics-made device identified by the model number SM-N960F that's widely believed to be the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 appeared in the online database of smartphone benchmarking tool Geekbench, having first been spotted by tech media from the Netherlands. The Samsung apps are a replacement for some Android Go apps.
It's just that in addition to Google's stripped-down, storage and data-saving and performance-improving apps, Samsung will also pre-load this 1GB RAM handset with a few proprietary services (cough, bloatware) and the company's own user interface. The Galaxy On6 has a taller display, which is 5.6-inches in size, though it sports an HD+ resolution which is 1440 x 720 pixels. Some of the highlights of the smartphone include Infinity Display design and LED flash enabled selfie camera. Also on offer is 64GB of onboard storage which is further expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card. The Galaxy On6, in-line with other Samsung mid-range devices launched this year boasts of an edge-to-edge Infinity display. Samsung is usually pretty efficient at following up with full product pages and videos focussing on all the aspects of new flagship smartphones.
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According to their source, and the renders, it will come in Black for sure but there is also a strong rumour for a grey variant. This is in addition to a 13-megapixel rear camera, and an 8-megapixel front-facing camera. The missing physical Home button hints that the Galaxy Tab S4 could possibly come with an in-display fingerprint scanner or even facial recognition. The Note 9's S Pen (model EJ-PN960) got a full battery of wireless tests because it's a 2.4GHz Bluetooth LE device.