New Galaxy Note 9 leak shows little design change from predecessor

New Galaxy Note 9 leak shows little design change from predecessor

New Galaxy Note 9 leak shows little design change from predecessor

The same goes for the upcoming phablet by Samsung, the Galaxy Note 9. But it appears as though the differences between the Galaxy S10 and the S10+ model might not be as significant as we had previously heard. AndroidHeadlines says the image is an official render that has been provided by a reliable source, and the publication has a good track record with leaked images.

First and foremost, it is worth noting that the Galaxy Tab S4 will not sport a physical home button, Samsung is switching to on-screen keys instead, as expected.

Inspecting it closely, one could easily be forgiven for thinking that the device pictured is last year's Galaxy Note offering. The entry-level Galaxy S10 will have two cameras on the back, and one on the front, while the regular S10 will have three rear cameras and one front camera.

The render reveals similar bezels found on the Galaxy Note 8, as well as an identical layout of components in the top bezel such as the Iris scanner, earpiece, and the front-facing camera.

The tweet shows the device with an optional keyboard cover and stylus. The company has also enhanced the sunlight readability on device's super AMOLED display.

The phone is also rumoured to be coming with a super-large 6.9-inch QHD+ display, 6,000mAh battery, and Honor's hot new graphics technology, GPU Turbo. If that is the case, the Galaxy Note 9 will arrive a couple of weeks earlier than its predecessor which was released on September 15th past year. Or for the rest of the world, the Exynos 9810 Octa, in place of the 8895. Some reports have claimed that it's going to be a 7nm chip even though Samsung isn't expected to start production of its 7nm chips before early next year.

A fingerprint reader on the back seems the most logical, but there's also rumors Samsung might embed the fingerprint reader underneath the screen.

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