Samsung Galaxy Note9 project is codenamed Crown

Samsung logoAfter the Galaxy Note7 debacle, the Galaxy Note8 was one of the biggest tests Samsung ever faced in recent times. Now that the device has been launched, it's safe to say that the company passed it with flying colors.

And, as is usually the case, the focus now shifts on next-gen device. While there have already been some related rumors, a latest report is suggesting the next-gen Galaxy Note device - likely to be called Note9 - is internally code-named Crown.

The report comes from the tech giant's home country of South Korea, and cites local news publications that have obtained this info from a component supplier.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Specifically, local news outlet The Bell quotes an official from the supplier in question as saying, "We will start providing components for a pilot production (of the Galaxy Note 9) in the first quarter next year."

Source: GSMArena

Tags: Galaxy Note 9, Samsung, smartphones

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