Samsung Galaxy Note 9 render image leaked online, shows front panel

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And in comparison to earlier renders the S Pen silo is perhaps less obvious, but at most the design looks to have been ever so slightly tweaked. Indeed, the Galaxy appellation at Samsung only concerns devices running Android.

The official launch event for the Samsung Galaxy S10 won't be until next year so we will have some time to wait for full details on the device. This leak is appearing from one of the trusted and famous leakster Evan Blass who today posted some images on his Twitter account. Whilst the 13-megapixel rear-facing cameras on both Galaxy J4 and J6 enables users take incredible photos; the front-facing 5-megapixel camera on J4 and 8-megapixel on J6 let you take more stunning selfies. However, this may get delayed as the company is reportedly planning to debut a third new flagship phone series in Barcelona next year, the foldable Galaxy X line. Also, the clip that was making the previous iteration a bit similar to a traditional pen is apparently missing in the new version. The phone is probably going to look a lot like the Galaxy Note 8. The handset is likely to come with on-screen capacitive keys as it has a slim chin at the bottom. The phone is also believed to sport a new design with nearly no bezels above or below the screen. In terms of rumoured specifications, the device will feature a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. And although we can't say for sure in the images whether the S Pen will indeed come with Bluetooth, the leaked image suggests a major design overhaul. This time around, we have two freshly leaked renders of the Galaxy Note 9 and the Galaxy Tab S4 to discuss.

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Another much-needed improvement coming in the Galaxy Note 9 is that the fingerprint sensor has been shifted below the camera module for easy access to the finger and most importantly, it avoids users accidentally touching the camera lens.