The Galaxy Note 9 global launch event is just eight days away, and there isn’t anything that is not known about the smartphone. The latest is a leaked video that shows off the smartphone design in full glory, which also confirms that were aren’t going to see any major design change compared to the Galaxy Note 8.
The short video clip was acquired by MobileFun, thanks to the retailer’s contacts in China. You can see the front panel with dual-edge curved Infinity Display and moderate bezels along the top and bottom. The power / sleep button on the right, volume rocker and Bixby buttons on the left are visible.
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At the back, you can see the horizontally placed dual camera modules – out of which one is dual aperture lens. The physical fingerprint sensor can also be seen below the camera modules. Sadly, the video does not show the smartphone turned on, or anything around the S Pen functionality.
Meanwhile, Flipkart has started teasing the Galaxy Note 9 in India, which hints that the smartphone will be available via the e-commerce portal. Samsung hasn’t revealed official India launch date yet, but rumors hint that it will be some time in the third week of August.
The Galaxy Note 9 is expected to bring some interesting upgrades in the form of a larger 4,000mAh battery, longer duration for slow-motion video recording, an upgraded S Pen with Bluetooth connectivity, and more. Rumors also hint that the base storage variant will start at 128GB and go all the way up to 512GB. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 could pack up to 8GB of RAM.