After a very successful launch of its flagship phone at the beginning of the year, the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9+, Samsung is all set to launch the latest iteration of its phablet series – the Galaxy Note. According to the speculations, the launch of the Galaxy Note 9 is going to be one of the biggest launches by the company till date. However, there are some people who are of the opinion that the Galaxy Note 9 is not going to come with a lot of changes. This information especially comes off after leaked images of screen protector of Galaxy Note 9 surfaced on Twitter.
The anonymous tipster Ice Universe posted three images of the screen protector of the Galaxy Note 9 on Twitter, thus revealing a lot about the front design of the phone. It was apparent from the images that this new phablet by Samsung very closely resembles its predecessor in terms of design. Ice Universe also quoted that Samsung was capable of achieving better design for their latest phone, however, the brand decided to “save manufacturing costs.”
Also, 91mobiles published a report which contained a 360° render video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and pictures of the same which showed the phone from all sides. Ice Universe’s render of the screen protector seemed true, since the renders which were made by Steve H also showed that the phone hadn’t gone through much change. The Note 9 volume rockers and the headphone jack took the same place like in the Galaxy Note 8.
Although the front of the new phablet by Samsung looks the same as the previous edition of the Galaxy Note, the rear has gone through some changes as denoted by the render video. The fingerprint sensor has now been placed under the camera module pointing towards no under the display fingerprint sensor.
Undoubtedly the report has also revealed the dimensions of the Galaxy Note 9 which measure to be 161.9×76.3×8.8mm. These dimensions refer to a slightly thicker phone when compared to the Galaxy Note 8. The thicker form factor means that the phone is going to pack a bigger 3850mAh battery along with a 6.3inch display size.
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