Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leak reveals two pretty convincing photos

Jul 19, 2018, 01:58
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leak reveals two pretty convincing photos

It's unclear what exactly is causing this anomaly, but one suspicion is that it has something to do with Facebook being a pre-installed app on select Samsung phones and therefore being treated in a different manner. Being a budget smartphone with very low-end specs, you can expect the price to be lower than all the other Galaxy J series phones. We can see a dual rear camera setup and a rear fingerprint reader, the latter of which is in a new location compared to the Note 8. Two new leaks have surfaced today to correct that. The following year it released the Galaxy Note Edge, which had a single curved edge and it wound up serving as the blueprint for every curved-display device on the market.

Two new photos posted to Slashleaks supposedly show the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 coming later this year. The S Pen will come with a button placed on its surface along with a clicker at the bottom as shown in the image. There's also a yellow S Pen stylus in the image, similar to the one in Samsung's event invitation. Both the leak have brought the Galaxy Note 9 out in open, leaving nothing to the imagination. Instead, it comes in a Blue colour that matches the colour option of the Galaxy Note 9. Noted tipster Evan Blass has shared its press render, while the hands-on images of the next-gen flagship have also been leaked on Weibo.

It's expected to have a 7-inch display that, when folded, features a camera on the back and a small display bar on the front. On the inside, it packed a Snapdragon 820 quad-core processor coupled with 4GB RAM and 32GB internal storage. Further, a recent Geekbench listing revealed a Galaxy Note 9 variant running Exynos 9820 SoC with top-notch benchmark scores. The newest member of Samsung's Note series will be launched in NY on August 9. The same event, which will be held in NY, is also likely to be the place for the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Tab S4.