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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Benchmark Test – Reveals Similarity with Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is the next phone people will massively talk about in the coming months, as many rumors have already appeared on the Internet. According to some of them, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is similar to Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus.

A recent Note 9 benchmark test reveal important information

It is already a rule to talk about a flagship future with good months before the actual launch of the smartphone. Things start small, and then we get to know if your smartphone makes you potato or not.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 appeared in the first benchmark test on the internet, and that confirms a few things.

Once we’ve undergone through the release of the Galaxy S9 and the things have calmed down a little, now is the time for the debates to increase again, as the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release date is approaching.

The benchmark test was a basic one, an HTML5 test, which revealed some information about the phone.

The phone model is SM-N960U, which confirms that Samsung continues to add “10” for every new generation of Galaxy Notes.

The letter U in the name refers to the fact that the phone is the variant for the US market.

Aside from this, we can see that the phone has Android 8 Oreo, Snapdragon 845 chipset but also that the screen has a resolution of 846×412 pixels.

Of course, the resolution will not be final, as fans are expected a 4K resolution. However, this confirms that the aspect ratio remains at 18.5:9.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be similar to Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus

The display will also be an Infinity Display, similar to what we can see on Samsung Galaxy phones since the S8 version.

Over the next few months, we’ll definitely find out more about the phone but rumors say that Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be similar to Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus and Note 8. However, it seems that the phone will come with a more powerful accumulator and a slightly larger screen with narrower edges.