Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Live Images Leaked Online
Samsung recently launched its latest flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+. Now Samsung is getting ready to launch its next flagship – the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone to be launched this year. Recently, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with the model number ‘SM-N960U’ has been spotted on a GeekBench benchmarking website. Now, some real-life images of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 appeared online on samarena.ir.
In the above image, we see the Galaxy Note 9 next to Samsung’s current flagship Galaxy S9. As the picture shows, the Galaxy Note 9 is like a previous generation with a large 6.38-inch display, as well as a significant drop in the edge of the screen, which can be expected along with more beauty, better ergonomics of the device than the previous generation. Another point that can be addressed in the images is the significant increase in speaker area, which is likely to indicate that the Galaxy S9’s sound power is higher than the Galaxy S9, although the speaker’s area is not directly related to audio power and can only be used for the sake of beauty.
From the second image, the front and rear view of the device is noted, a noteworthy point in this section is the removal of fingerprint sensor under the dual camera module. As we have seen from previously released rumors, Samsung is seriously planning to use the fingerprint sensor inside the Galaxy Note 9. Although Samsung’s decision on the final version cannot be ascertained yet, we expect that the final version of the device will be equipped with an on-screen fingerprint sensor.
As for the specifications, the rumors suggest that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will runs on Android 8.1.0 Oreo operating system and powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845/ Exynos 9810 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM. It is expected to be fueled by a 3850 mAh battery with fast charge and wireless charging support.
There is no information about the pricing and availability of the device as yet, however, some sources claim that the Galaxy Note 9 could get launched in July or early August and went on sale in mid-September.
Be noted that, there is no confirmation of the authenticity of these leaked images, so we advise our readers to take this leak with a pinch of salt.
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