Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaked with noticeable design changes
It is that time of the year when smartphone market gets bombarded with upcoming flagship phones. And whenever there is a launch around the corner, there are multiple leaks surfacing. This time, it’s the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and the leaks already suggest noticeable design changes.
The picture suggests the fingerprint sensor is moved below the dual rear camera making it easily available for our hands to reach the sensor. The design of the dual rear cameras have been given a new-look. Also, there is a new S pen with Bluetooth support which will feature along with the handset, something that lot of people will be keen to get their hands on.
The images of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 were leaked online thanks to @evleaks who has a history behind such leaks. Based on the image, Note 9 features the combination of blue and gold, the device being entirely in blue and the S pen with gold.
Recently, Samsung CEO DJ Koh was seen using the new Galaxy Note 9 in a media appearance. The picture denotes the placement of the fingerprint sensor on the bottom, and he was seen zooming in a photo using the new S pen.
The official launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is set for August 9, 2018 with pre-orders starting from mid-August and to be made publicly available on August 24. No information available on pricing as Samsung will announce it during its event held on August 9.