As we inch closer to the August 9 launch, the leaks around the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 become more frequent. Adding to the growing list is an alleged real-life photo of the phablet, as well as a press render hinting at an interesting color option.
Let’s start with the live photo, which show the top part of the phablet from the front and back. Shared by Slashleaks, the front part shows slimmer bezels around the display compared to the Galaxy Note 8. At the back, you can see the camera module, the heart-rate sensor, and a relocated fingerprint sensor. The sensor seems to have been pushed closer to the module, but its size seems to be a tad disproportionate in comparison to the phablet’s form factor.
Besides the photo, Slashleaks has also shared an alleged press render of the Galaxy Note 9. The render shows a Lilac Purple color variant. As per previous leaks, this purple variant is expected to get the gold colored S Pen. The Lilac Purple variant will be joined by the likes of black, black, brown, and grey options. The overall design seen in the renders of the Samsung phablet is in line with what has leaked before.
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 rumored specifications, features
Based on what we have come across before, the Galaxy Note 9 will flaunt a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display with QHD+ resolution and 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC or Exynos 9820 SoC depending upon the market. The rest of the rumored features include up to 8GB of RAM, up to 512GB internal storage, and dual-camera setup at the back.