Phone leaks have become a thing these days. Even before a manufacturer announces their flagship device, we get a full hands-on the renders, details and so much more that a launch seems redundant and formal. What we have today is just the news we all have been waiting for and thanks a source known for his solid leaks, we have got hands on the with renders.
It seems as if Samsung is choosing the lazy side this year with not much of a design change. The render looks more similar to the previous not with a more rectangular look to it. Galaxy Note 9 is another flagship of the year has some anticipation going on since the S9 didn’t see much of a design or feature change from the S8, sad to say this seems true for the Note 9. Samsung could’ve done better with the design not sticking to the older one, but just doesn’t seem too bothered. While this may be true, there could also be another version of the Note 9 lurking around that might show up just in time for the launch.
Other details so far confirmed are the specs. The display scales to a 2K 6.3-inch setup, bringing to form the S-AMOLED panel we’ve always loved. Sadly though, there seems to be a mention in the leaks that an in-display fingerprint sensor will be joining the Note 9. Moving on, we have a dual 16 Megapixel camera at the back, one with a variable aperture for better shots. At the beating heart will be a Snapdragon 845 paired with 6GB of 8GB RAM depending on the storage options. Note 9 price is also touching the premium side this around, but that might change as Samsung’s offering at least in this render has got a long way to go.
Stay tuned for more updates.