Galaxy Note 9 official press render leaked

Galaxy Note 9 official press render leaked

However, the Note 9's advanced stylus has an unusual color: yellow.

Looking at the render, it is likely that Samsung has added the dual-aperture lens that the company launched with the Galaxy S9 series earlier this year. The good news is that the new placement of the fingerprint reader should make it easier to reach compared to the Note 8.

Kuo predicts that Samsung could ship 40 million Galaxy S10 phones next year, mostly of the two larger models, which will be more expensive. The rear of the device is now all one colour as opposed to the Note 8 where the camera was surrounded by black.

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Holding separate launch events for smartphones and watches have had little marketing benefits and it is better to launch them together to maximize the Galaxy brand, ZDNet Korea said. First reported by SamMobile, the front and the back of the Galaxy Note 9 can be seen, alongside the revamped S Pen.

The Note 8 also had a horizontal dual-rear camera. The click button at the top of the S Pen doesn't have the same Gold colour paintjob. Two new leaks have surfaced today to correct that. Of course, take any and all alleged leaks with a grain of salt, but the Galaxy Note 9 will be revealed soon, for what it's worth. The images show identical looks of the next Galaxy Note model that appears on its render. It is also rumoured to come with up to 8GB of RAM and as much as 512GB of onboard storage. Initial reports, however, claimed that the handset will come with an octa-core Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. The same event, which will be held in NY, is also likely to be the place for the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Tab S4.

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