Samsung Galaxy Note 9 renders leak

Ruben Fields
June 8, 2018

Samsung is clearly working on an under-screen fingerprint reader as it just keeps leaking and now it's appeared in an official document suggesting we'll see it soon in the Galaxy S10, if not the Galaxy Note 9. Nothing is certain but at least we have an idea now how the next-gen Note will probably look. Samsung's Galaxy S9+ also comes with a vertical dual-camera layout, which stands in stark contrast to the rendering.

Popular leakster OnLeaks has managed to leak the Galaxy Note 9 renders, showing the upcoming flagship from all four sides.

While the fingerprint sensor position will change, the physical Bixby button remains, located underneath the volume rocker on the left hand side, while a power button remains on the right.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 screen protectors were sighted last week but we haven't seen any image renders yet until Steve Hemmerstoffer aka @OnLeaks shared a gallery of images, giving us a glimpse of the Note 9.

Overall design-wise the Note 9 will resemble the Note 8.

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Of course the S Pen stylus is also present - this is a feature rumoured to get a big improvement for this generation of Galaxy Note.

The Note 9 may be thicker than the Note 8, according to 91mobiles, but the dimensions are said to be similar aside from that. This means it will roughly be the same size as the Note 8 that measures 162.5 x 74.8 x 8.6 mm. There will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor under the hood, 6GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of built-in storage.

Samsung is expected to launch the most-anticipated Galaxy Note 9 on August 9. Additionally, it will have a battery capacity that is in the rage 3,850-4,000mAh battery.

The Samsung Galaxy J3 (2018) and Galaxy J7 (2018) will come with Samsung Knox integration.

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