Samsung's latest smartphone can't connect to the internet

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Samsung's announced a smartphone that can't go online.

The Galaxy Note series can be said to be the most successful stylus-toting phones ever released. The Galaxy Note 9 will succeed the Galaxy Note 8, which made its debut in August a year ago.

If Samsung can create similar performance with the Note 9 it could make this smartphone hugely desirable.

The XDA-Developers recently reported a list of unannounced Samsung smartphones, and one among them was the Crown. Sadly, at this time, the Galaxy Note 9 still remains a mystery as very little information is known about the smartphone.

It is also equipped with front and rear cameras and a high-resolution five-inch screen. For those who're not aware, Baikal is one of the largest lakes in Europe and Russian Federation.

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There have been plenty of rumors about the Galaxy Note 9. This means that the Note 9 will be the first Samsung device from Samsung to offer such a feature. The Snapdragon 845 mobile platform or the Exynos 9810 chipset should be under the hood, depending on location, and we could see 6GB of RAM inside along with 128GB of native storage.

Samsung has done a wonderful job of keeping the Galaxy Note 9 under the wraps, but the rumors have still surfaced and continue to do so. The S-pen will remain the same as before. According to a tweet from an anonymous leaker @UniverseIce on Twitter, the Galaxy Note 9 could include either a 3850mAh battery or 4000mAh battery.

Earlier, Ming Chi Kuo, the analyst at KGI Securities, stated that the Note 9 would come with a design similar to the Note 8.

There's even a removable battery so that students can keep that voice recorder going for all of South Korea's long school days, should the included 2,600mAh unit prove insufficient. Well, er, Samsung is with its latest smartphone that can't connect to the internet. There's still some doubt here. A new patent published by Samsung points to this possibility, as the patent implies that the fingerprint scanner will occupy one fifth of the screen at the bottom.

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