After what happened to the Galaxy Note 7, it’s only reasonable to ask if the 4000mAh battery on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is safe. We will say it outright, there’s really no reason for you to worry about the Note 9 exploding. And here’s why.
The 4000mAh battery on the Note 9 is the largest the company has ever put out on a Note phone. But just like on the Galaxy Note 8, which encountered no issues with the battery, the Note 9 is bound to follow the suit. Samsung takes special care in the manufacturing of batteries in their flagship phones. In fact, the company uses 8 point Battery Safety Check Test to make sure the battery has no defects.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the flagship phone from Samsung for 2018 and you can expect the phone to pack in all the bells and whistles. It is launching with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC (in the US and China) or the Exynos 9985 Octa (rest of the world) processor with 6GB of RAM onboard. It’s going to have 64GB of internal storage in the base model with the top of the line model having 256GB of nVME flash storage.
As with all the other Note phones, the Note 9 will come with S-Pen. But this time, the proprietary stylus will come with the built-in speaker and also Bluetooth connectivity.
Other bells and whistles include Wireless Charging, IP68 water and dust resistance and Fast Charging with both in wired and wireless charging solutions.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will also come with a stereo speaker: one down-firing dedicated speaker and the earpiece as a front twitter. With the large 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED Display and excellent sounding speakers, the Note 9 is undoubtedly to be the best phone for media consumption. It’s also going to be powered by the next generation Exynos GPU for smartphones that are going to be produced in-house by the mobile chipset team.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is launching in the 2nd week of August and we will have to wait to know what all does the phone really pack in. Stick with us for latest news and updates on technology.