The Galaxy Note 9 is getting officially released on August 9. But what has just made it through to the Internet from the land of leaks may already leave you feel very unimpressed. A fresh render claimed to be a final official one has been published by Android Headlines just now. The publication claims that the render is from a reliable source. However, it doesn’t paint a complete picture and the rear is completely hidden from sight.
Talking more about the front design, it is clear the design is a 99 percent copy paste from the Galaxy Note 8 front panel. The upper bezel houses the exact same components – the iris scanner, earpiece, cameras, as on the Note 8. Even the bottom bezel is no different than its predecessor from the looks of it. Sadly enough, We’re not treated to a view of the more interesting side, the back. That is where the biggest changes will be, in terms of design.
In terms of specifications, the Galaxy Note 9 will get the standard iterative upgrade it always gets each year. Samsung will likely also move the fingerprint reader to a more ergonomic position beneath the dual camera. Rumour has it that Samsung might use the new ISOCELL Plus tech for the cameras that debuted at the Shanghai MWC some days back.
The source suggests the Galaxy Note 9 will come in five paint options: Midnight Black, Coral Blue, Orchid Gray, Teddy Brown, and Titanium Gray. The launch event is on August 9.