How to Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Charging so slowly

How to Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Charging so slowly

How to Fix Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Charging so slowly

The message simply reads "4x fun", and "Samsung's newest Galaxy device is bringing more ways to express yourself than ever before", a thinly veiled message to a phone sporting four cameras. With a bold "4x fun" header, the invite confirms the invitation is for the launch event of the next Galaxy device.

Last month, Samsung showed off its latest flagship - the Galaxy Note 9 and while its still hot on the shelves, rumours about next Galaxy Note series has already started surfacing on the web. It's a clear effort from Samsung to take away some of the shine from its rivals, showing a purple-blue gradient we can remember seeing in the Huawei models.

Samsung will be hosting an event next Thursday to officially launch the "next Galaxy smartphone". There's always a chance that this will be the moment that Samsung officially uncovers its foldable phone, but recent reports seem to point to a 2019 launch for the rumored Galaxy F.

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Samsung fans who have yet to purchase a Galaxy Note 9 should be happy to know that a special model is going to launch in the upcoming future.

Samsung has sent out a mystery teasing invite to an event taking place next month. The bigger 4000 mAH battery, dual lens camera with variable aperture, smart stylus, the heat dissipation system, the desktop, and other features made the note really unique. In this smartphone, it has been seen that the design get matches with the kind that Koh has earlier hinted.

To recall, the Galaxy Note 8 features a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ AMOLED Infinity display which offers a screen resolution of 1440 x 2960 and has a taller aspect ratio of 18:5:9. It operates on Android 8 Oreo from package which suggests this phone has Task Treble assistance. The device packs 128/512GB internal storage and 6/8GB of RAM. On the front face, the device sports an 8MP shooter for selfies.

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