There's a 2,600mAh battery and a microSD slot (for taking even more pictures).
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be the top alternative for those who don't prefer to use the iPhone. 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.
Next on Samsung's agenda looks likely to be the new Galaxy Note 9 which could be here as early as July.
Could the Galaxy Note 9 become the Crown of Samsung's Galaxy brand name? Samsung is calling the Galaxy Note 9 "Crown" internally, which shows that the company wants to position its next flagship as the best phablet in the market.
As well as being larger, this screen could also feature new fingerprint technology with the scanner hidden neatly behind the glass.
There's now no official word on when this phablet will be released but some reports have suggested it could be shown to the world as early as July.
The XDA-Developers recently reported a list of unannounced Samsung smartphones, and one among them was the Crown.
The Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ sport the same battery capacities as their predecessors but the Galaxy S9 range includes a faster, more capable processor than the Galaxy S8. This means that the Note 9 will be the first Samsung device from Samsung to offer such a feature.
Samsung has done a wonderful job of keeping the Galaxy Note 9 under the wraps, but the rumors have still surfaced and continue to do so.
Blockchain chief at Samsung SDS Co., Song Kwang-woo, said that using the distributed ledger system could cut shipping costs by up to 20%. The Snapdragon 845 mobile platform or the Exynos 9810 chipset should be under the hood, depending on location, and we could see 6GB of RAM inside along with 128GB of native storage. It seems that the Samsung Galaxy S9 does not need the extra 2GB for presenting an excellent performance. The smartphone is still in the stage of development, but the leaks have started pouring in about this flagship smartphone.