Live image of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 cover shows new position for fingerprint sensor

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Case

While Samsung is getting ready to introduce its upcoming Galaxy Note handset in late August, the rumour mill is getting ready to dig as much information as possible on the new Note 9. After an extensive renders leak last week, today a mobile case has appeared online, which is allegedly made for Galaxy Note 9.

A render and live image of this case was posted by one of the popular leakster on twitter. It showcases cut out for the camera, fingerprint sensor, and buttons placements. What we learn from these leaked images is aligned with the renders shared by Onleaks last week.

Also read: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 renders surface online, gives us a first look of the phone

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Significant Design Shift

The major change coming on the back of the device is the placement of fingerprint sensor, which will be housed below the camera module. After the widespread negativity regarding the fingerprint sensor placement alongside camera lens, this seems to be an obvious choice for the Note 9.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Live Image of Case

Further, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 case shows us the cutout for Bixby button on its right side. Whereas the volume rocker and power button on left side. There is a cutout seen on the bottom of the right side, it could be for a dedicated camera key. Like the ones, you see on Sony Xperia phones.

Also read: Samsung rolls out Android Oreo to the Galaxy S7, S7 Edge in India

What do you guys think of Samsung Galaxy Note 9? Do you believe that these new placement would be welcomed by the users? Let us know in the comments section below. Your feedback is valuable to us.

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