Over the past few weeks, various leaked and rendered images emerged on the internet giving a fair bit idea of what can be expected on August 9. Another rendered image has surfaced on the net which seems to be an official render of the device, giving a more precise look of the front panel. The company recently teased a new product which is expected to be Note 9. The smartphone will be packed with Snapdragon 845 for the US and China markets, whereas, other markets are likely to get Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC. Samsung Opens World&'s Largest Mobile Factory in Uttar Pradesh's Noida.
Going by the new rendered image from Android Headlines, it is believed that the front panel of the Note 9 is likely to be similar to Note 8 with a slightly thinner chin. Moreover, the placement of the front camera and iris scanner above the display also seems to be similar. On the contrary, the fingerprint reader is likely to be repositioned below the camera setup, unlike Galaxy S9+ which gets vertically aligned camera module.
The main underline of the new Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be in the form of specifications. It is likely to get up to 8GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal memory. Moreover, the new S Pen could be another significant upgrade as recent reports hints that it will feature an inbuilt Bluetooth. The Bluetooth support on the S Pen will allow the users to trigger the camera as well as controlling music playback remotely. New Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Render Images Reveal Probable Design Ahead of August 9 Launch.
The smartphone is expected to be revealed on August 9; however, there is no official confirmation about the same for the domestic market. Considering that Galaxy S9 was pricier than its predecessor, we speculate that the company could introduce Note 9 with a higher price tag than Note 8. It would be interesting to see if the Korean smartphone making company could launch the new Note 8 under Rs. 70,000.