Samsung Galaxy Note 9 front panel leaked online, suggests reduced bezel-less design

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 render

So far we have learned a lot about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 design and battery capacity. But there’s always something to be learned until the device gets launched officially. Today one such leak has appeared online on Twitterverse, posted by notorious leakster, Ice Universe. The leaked information includes a picture of the front panel that allegedly belongs to Note 9.

The leaked image suggests that Samsung is going to reduce the bezels on its next Galaxy handset. Judging by the looks of this front panel, it might sport a dual-curved display. Taking its infinity display experience to next level, Samsung may offer more screen-to-body ratio on its next Note handset.

While the chin on top doesn’t house any sensors, the small chin on top will place sensors, earpiece, and selfie camera. This means Samsung is still shying away from introducing a piezoelectric technology to replace earpiece.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Specifications

Talking about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 specifications, it will flaunt a QHD+ large Super AMOLED display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Expect two processor variants of the upcoming Note 9. One will come with Exynos 9810 and other with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845. As far as the RAM and storage are concerned, it shall pack a 6GB of RAM and up to 512GB of storage. Whereas the battery capacity is expected to be at 4000mAh, unlike previous generation models.

If you’re concerned about the camera, then, you must know that Samsung never disappoints in this aspect on its flagship range. We expect the Note 9 camera to standout in the crowd of dual-rear camera smartphones.

What do you guys think of the Note 9 design and its expected specifications? Let us know in the comments section below.   

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