Offical Press Renders Showcase the Design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 is weeks away from being officially revealed on the 9th of August. There have been a lot of leaks lately and they all confirm what happens to be a bit of a design change and some upgrades under the hood.

Leaked Images and Info

Samsung Galaxy Note 9

New press renders and actual photos of a test unit have been leaked over Twitter by @evleaks and @slashleaks, respectively. They both confirm that the new Note 9 would have an indistinguishable front when compared to its predecessor, while things have changed on the back side of the device.

Another poster was leaked a little while ago but it didn’t confirm much, other than the new Note 9 keeping the headphone jack as well as a new color scheme for the Note 9, where the S Pen would have a different color as compared to the body. The latest press release renders have confirmed that alongside a few other changes.


Samsung Galaxy Note 9: Here’s What We Know So Far

Note 9 will have a repositioned fingerprint sensor that lies in the middle and just below the dual camera set up. The fingerprint sensor also seems to be quite small in size.

The dual camera setup would have two different camera sensors, and the heart rate monitor and LED flash is placed on the right side of the cameras. In the leaked images the Note 9 appears in coral blue color and in this color, the camera setup on the back looks unsymmetrical.

The leaks have also confirmed that the new Galaxy Note 9 would feature a different color scheme when it comes to the body and its S Pen. Samsung is doing this to highlight that the new S Pen has Bluetooth in it.

Galaxy Note 9 Expected Specifications

As for the rest of the specs, it will pack a Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 CPU that will be paired with either 6 or 8GB of RAM. Note 9 will have a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED curved display. The dual camera setup on the back will feature different camera sensors. The Note 9 is expected to have 4,000 mAh battery.

Stay tuned for more updates about Samsung Galaxy Note 9.