Samsung is all set to release the Galaxy Note 9 in the next month. There have been many rumours flying around about the design and specifications of the smartphone. Some fresh renders have a news about S-pen functionalities in the Galaxy Note 9. It reveals how the device looks like.
Galaxy Note 9 Render Reveals Some Crucial Details About The Device
The fresh render by Gizmochina reveals many things about the device including its identical look to the Galaxy Note 8. It seems that the look of the Galaxy Note 9 will be same as the Galaxy Note 8, except for the presence of dual-cameras on the bezel at the top of the phone. The device will have a same curved front panel. There seems to be only one change in the Galaxy Note 9 and that is the placement of fingerprint on the back. This is done to avoid accidental smudging of the lens.
As per the renders, the Galaxy Note 9 has a traditional design found on almost all the Samsung flagships i.e. edge-to-edge Infinity display. The renders show that this smartphone will feature a minute chin as well that will be hard to see with a naked eye.
The camera setup of the device is exactly placed as that of the Galaxy Note 8, but the fingerprint scanner is on a different place. The fingerprint scanner is placed below the camera so that it is easier to reach it without blurring out the camera.
Renders also show the presence of the Bixby and volume rockers on the left side of the device and there is a power key on the right. It was also suggested by earlier reports that the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to feature a 6.3-inch QHD+ resolution display and Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC along with Samsung Exynos 845 9810.
The Galaxy Note 9 might also feature a 4,000 mAh battery and could come with a wireless charger. The device is scheduled to be launched on 9 August.