Samsung Galaxy Note 9 render reveals few changes from the Samsung Galaxy Note 8

By | 10th July 2018
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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is just a little under a month away from launching. The leaks so far have included a 4,000 mah battery capacity, an unofficial 3D render of the phone, and S-Pen upgrades. Now, AndroidHeadlines has obtained a press render of the front of the device. This picture confirms the inclusion of the Samsung Bixby button and the same design that we saw last year with the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

At first glance, this picture can be confused for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 quite easily. When you look closer, though, you can see minor differences between the two. The bottom bezel on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is a bit smaller than that of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The infrared camera on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is also hidden a bit just like it is on the Samsung Galaxy S9 and Samsung Galaxy S9+. You can also see that the buttons on the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 are shifted higher on the body of the device just a little. All of this should result in a better, more ergonomic feeling to the device.

Showing the front of the device tells us a lot about design. It’s great to see Samsung is refining their already amazing design, rather than doing something drastically different. This refined design with a new beefier battery, a new Bluetooth S-Pen, and an upgraded camera will all make for a great device. The 4,000 mAh battery paired with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 will make for amazing battery life. The new Bluetooth S-Pen will make for a lot more features that will be useful for both productivity and fun. New ISOCELL Plus camera technology can improve both color fidelity and light sensitivity. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will also launch with Bixby 2.0, Android 8.1 Oreo, and Samsung Experience 9.5.

We will see all of this information possibly confirmed on August 9th at 11 am when Samsung will be revealing the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in New York. We will see if all of these leaks are confirmed or busted.

Source: AndroidHeadlines