Published: Sun, July 15, 2018
IT | By Emmett Cole

Galaxy Note 9 with advanced S Pen leaked in official poster

Galaxy Note 9 with advanced S Pen leaked in official poster

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launched on August 23 but then went on sale three weeks later on September 15.

The reality of the Samsung Galaxy J6+ variant, which was given the codename "j6plte" was primarily identified by an advocate who is sustaining numerous Samsung gadget and device assembles.

The forced perspective of the render we see here, if it is apocryphal, suggests that the fingerprint sensor will fall close under the horizontally-oriented dual-camera module this year.

Samsung has done its best to keep the Galaxy Note 9 under wraps, but these days no company is safe from leaks.

However, given Samsung's avoidance of the notch display, it's very likely the Galaxy Note 9 is indeed going to share huge similarities with its predecessor in terms of design.

Samsung Electronics plans to begin selling the Galaxy Note 9 in South Korea late next month. As is the case with previous Samsung flagships, the Galaxy Note 9 will feature a tall, curved display with minimal bezels. The FCC specs say Galaxy Tab A2 will have a 10.5-inch screen with a resolution of 1920 x 1200 pixels. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is launching at the Unpacked event on August, so we still have a lot of time to know more about the phone. The Bluetooth-enabled S Pen rests on top and is shown in its entirety. There have been rumors that Samsung's signature stylus may come with Bluetooth capability, a first for the accessory.

The Note 9 is also expected to come with a 4,000mAh battery and a new Bixby 2.0 voice assistant. It will be based on SoC Snapdragon or Exynos 845 9810, depending on the market. The Note 9 will launch in Black, Blue, and Purple, at least in Poland (and probably in the EU).

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