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

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 render

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release is more than two months away, but thanks to 91mobiles and Onleaks, we don’t have to wait much longer for the first look at the upcoming Galaxy smartphone. In all its glory, the next Samsung flagship is leaked in a rendered video shared by the notorious leakster.

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Looking at the renders, it can be stated that the new Galaxy Note 9 won’t be distinctly different than its predecessor, Galaxy Note 8. According to the dimensions purported by the leakster, the new Note phone will be thicker at 8.8mm against 8.6mm on Note 8.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Specifications 

The screen size is likely to be same at 6.3-inch. It should be a Super AMOLED panel as the brand is known to use such panels often on its flagship phones. The screen is expected to have an 18.5:9 aspect ratio and QHD+ resolution. And hopefully with no notch!

Talking about the design, we see what appears to be a dedicated Bixby button. It’s good to see the 3.5mm audio jack sticking around and a USB Type-C port is always welcome. On the bottom edge alongside USB port, you’d see a microphone, speaker grill, and a silo for ejectable S Pen. It is the rear side that has gone under change as the fingerprint sensor is now moved below the camera module. Which might improve the experience opposed to on Note 8.

In terms of performance, expect a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or equivalent Exynos processor powering the device. It would be accompanied by a 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB of storage. While unfortunately, there are no details available regarding the camera package on the upcoming Note 8.

What do you guys think? Does this leak peak your interest in Note 8? Let us know in the comments section below.    


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