Honor Note 9 specs Leak could include 6GB RAM, Kirin 965 and a HUGE 4,600 mAh battery
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Honor Note 9 specs Leak could include 6GB RAM, Kirin 965 and a HUGE 4,600 mAh battery

Well my friends it looks like 2017 is the year OEM are bringing out the Big Guns, Samsung with the Samsung Galaxy S8 / S8 Plus and now the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 will be announce in august 23.

But there’s a new kid on the block called the Honor Note 9 which is the predecessor of the Honor Note 8 which was unveiled 1 year ago. The new leaked information via Phone Arena give us more information to what this flagship will bring.

For starters it will come with a Dual 12-MP rear camera setup, it will also have MASSIVE 4,600 mAh battery which could the the biggest one for any smart phone in the market today.

The Honor Note 9 will pack Huawei next-Generation Kirin 965 processor which is an improved version of the current Kirin 960 chipset.

This device is also said to include 6GB of RAM and 64GB of  storage with microSD card slot and it will also feature an Edge-to-Edge bezel-less display.

 

For now we hope that the Honor Note 9 could be revealed at IFA 2017 in early September.

Post source : Phone Arena

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  • Autobot1

    Damn no IP68?

    • So far we don’t know, but Huawei and Honor are known for not having IP68 rating on any of their devices. Let’s see what happens this time around.

      • Autobot1

        It’s just hard not to use an ip68 phone these days