Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Gets Rendered Following Latest Leaks

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is on a bit of leaking spree, having leaked multiple times recently. Of course, none of the renders look legit, so we turn to concepts for now. One of them comes from designer Blogo Dice, who took a safer approach.

He even mentioned a notch, although every single Samsung fan I know criticized the notch every time it appeared on a Samsung device. Somehow the mentions in the specs list didn’t translate to the renders. At least it comes with an in display fingerprint scanner, also as expected. The screen is a stretched AMOLED with a 18.5:9 aspect and 2K resolution. An improved iris scanner is included, for improved security and an octa core CPU is found inside, both for the Exynos and Qualcomm versions.

On paper it should be the same CPU as on the Galaxy S9, right? The back camera is a 16 MP shooter with one 50 mm lens and another 28 mm lens both with F/1.7 aperture and OIS. There’s also a 12 MP front camera with wide angle lens and a massive 4800 mAh battery. 8 GB of RAM is offered here, but there’s also 6 GB of RAM here. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is rated for water and dust resistance and it’s expected to be announced in September, according to the designer.

A crazy amount of sensors and cameras are placed upfront, judging by the renders. While the facade looks pretty realistic (albeit the designer could have cut bezels more), the back side feels more like a sketch than an actual Note 9 back. Also, where’s the stylus?


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