Samsung Galaxy S9 Exynos vs. Snapdragon speed test emerges

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According to a report by South Korean publication The Investor, Samsung Display (a Samsung subsidiary) will start the production of the OLED panels for the Galaxy Note9 in April, which is two months earlier. Thus, we can expect the Note 9 to launch in July or at least August 2018.

To recall, the Galaxy Note8 (REVIEW) was launched in September a year ago.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 has been popping up with great frequency in the rumor mills nowadays, revealing a ton of information in the process. Now, as per the new reports, the smartphone could get launched earlier than planned.

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A fan-made render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. This Cupertino-based tech giant is expected to release three new iPhones later in September, and, an early release of the Galaxy Note9 should give Samsung some profitable sales figures until the iPhones hit the shelves. Recently, a Samsung phone with model number SM-N960U has passed through Geekbench test with single-core score of 2,190 and a multi-core result of 8,806, which is higher than the Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy S9 plus but lower than the Apple's iPhone X and Galaxy S9.

The company would want to change that with the Galaxy Note9 which is expected to come with a slightly larger 6.38-inch Super AMOLED display (up from 6.32-inch on the Note8) and a be powered by an upgraded 7nm chipset.

One of the reasons for this advancing of launch time frame, the report says, is apparently the Galaxy S9's sales figures which reportedly aren't as impressive as Samsung would have wanted it to be. Below the two sensors, we have the fingerprint scanner.

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