Galaxy Note 9, the upcoming flagship from Samsung has gone through several leaks recently and although most of the device has been revealed, this one just puts the climax in the drama. A translucent case design was leaked by sources to the company, and the case changes everything. For starters, the much annoyment that was the fingerprint sensor has now been moved to a better location thanks to the horizontal dual camera.
The camera is another story to talk. In a world where every manufacturer is trying to reduce the button count on a device, Samsung is adding more, and this one’s a welcome addition. Like Sony smartphones with a dedicated camera button, this case design has revealed a camera button on the Note 9.
Whether or not this camera button will do any other functionality isn’t clear at this time. Bixby buttons return here for another action, the 2.0 version will be much improved from the current one as the company says.
Other specs for the Note 9 includes a Snapdragon 845 CPU, 6 or 8GB RAM depending on the storage options, a dual 16 Megapixel variable aperture camera and a 6.4-inch screen. Note 9 is rumored to debut in August 2018.