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Samsung Filed The Trademark For The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 In Columbia

Just recently, Samsung released its galaxy S9/S9 Plus and it turns out it was pretty good to buy an updated version of Samsung galaxy S8 which have the exact features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It clearly looks like the hype of the note series is much more bigger than the hype of the S series. After the launch of the Samsung galaxy S9 series everyone is looking forward to Samsung galaxy note 9.

A group member from the Samsung News DACH named Olaf Schmidt revealed some pictures which showed that Samsung Filed for a new trademark. These pictures clearly show that Samsung Filed the trademark for galaxy note 9 in order to start the manufacturing process for the device in time. The trademark for the galaxy note 9 was filed by Samsung on 12th March 2018 in the state of Columbia.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9

This time, we expect that Samsung should bring something new and something that raises the bar for the stagnated Smartphone market, with the launch of its Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Not like it’s galaxy S9/S9 Plus, which is literally the exact copy of Samsung galaxy note 8 but just in the S Series.

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Regarding the specifications for Samsung galaxy note 9, the device is expected to come with the Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 chipset with 6 GB of RAM. The galaxy note 9 will also have a dual camera set-up which was pretty obvious. According to the rumors and leaks, the phone is expected to come with state of the art battery capability, more than any other phone in the market. We seriously hope that samsung does not disappoint us with its Samsung Galaxy Note 9, just like it did with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9/ S9 Plus.

Bhavik Grover
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Bhavik Grover is an 18-year old Technology Enthusiast and the one who started PhoneRazer. Currently, he works as the Editor-in-Chief, Webmaster and Managing Director. Passionate about smartphones, he likes to write on latest smartphone trends. You can connect with him via social media. You can even Contact him directly at BhavikGrover@PhoneRazer.com.

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