We won’t be exaggerating if we say that the Galaxy Note 9 is the most anticipated and exciting phone of this year. Every day new leaks pour in about the phone’s design or specs as we get closer to the launch.

This time the rumors regard the camera of the phone. Earlier it was speculated that the Note 9 would have a more sophisticated camera even than the Galaxy S9+. Recent leaks also seem to support the argument and strengthen our expectations about the phone.

A new rumor out of Twitter suggests that the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will be capable of shooting the slow-mo video at 960fps just like the S9+ but with a major difference. It will be able to record such videos twice as long as the Galaxy S9 and S9+, which can currently do it for 0.2 seconds while the Note 9 will extend the time to 0.4 seconds.

Bloomberg also reported earlier that Samsung is working to reinvigorate the camera on Galaxy Note 9 which will perform even better than the S9+. The phone is also reported to have a huge 4000 mAh battery.

If this pans out as rumored, this could be a huge improvement over the current flagships from Samsung. It seems that the company is really equipping the Note 9 with specs to stand out from the rest, even if it doesn’t have an upgraded design.

The device has already been subject to significant leaks. From live pictures to the benchmarks, the phone has already received substantial leaks. All we need to know is the real-life performance of the phone.

Ornamented with top-of-the-line specs like Snapdragon 845, 8GB RAM, a Bluetooth enabled S-Pen and a superb camera, Galaxy Note 9 is surely expected to be the phone worth all the hype. Galaxy Note 9 is set to release on August 9 in Newyork.