Samsung will re-issue the latest series of Galaxy Note in the coming months. Reportedly, Galaxy Note 9 will offer a bigger internal memory capacity than the flagship phones they have now.
Currently, Samsung‘s highest internal storage capacity is held by the Galaxy S9 series, which is 256GB. Galaxy Note 9 is rumoured to have 512GB of internal capacity which can also be expanded with a microSD memory card.
Also, the large internal memory capacity will also be offset by 8GB of RAM. The news circulating mention variants with this large capacity will only circulate in the Chinese market only.
Meanwhile, the regular version of Galaxy Note 9 is expected to use 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal capacity and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 for the US and Exynos 9810 markets in some other markets.
In terms of cameras, Galaxy Note 9 estimated not much different from the Galaxy S9 +. Phablet flagship class is expected to use the latest version of Android Oreo.
Rumours are outstanding, Android P will be announced between late July to mid-August, however, usually the public version is not yet available. Therefore, Galaxy Note 9 allegedly still using the Android operating system Oreo.