The First Image Of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Has Been Leaked, Hits The Web With Details [Rumors]

The Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 release date may be a little over three months away, meaning that the company holding an extra-big Android smartphone for release. Samsung in many cases never reports how many smartphones it sells into channels or to end users each quarter, so we’ll never know how many Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ handsets the South Korean Electronics has sold, but according to the latest, the company’s flagship sits at 6th spot, while iPhone X in the first.

And today a new leaked image has given the smartphone-loving community an insight into Samsung’s next big iteration into the market; the Galaxy Note 9.

As per a new leak suggesting Samsung‘s upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will follow the Galaxy S9’s lead. It is also expected to feature a design just like last year’s Galaxy Note 8. Now, however, a source that has been reliable many times in the past has shared what is believed to be the first image of Samsung’s next-generation Galaxy Note handset.

If this Galaxy Note 9 leak is accurate, then it seems Samsung fans may be disappointed with what they see. The leaked image has made its way into the public domain via Twitter. This particular user Ice Universe has pedigree when it comes to accurate predictions and leaks, so there’s no immediate reason to suspect that it is a false image.

The image appears to be the first render of Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9, which it looks almost exactly like the 2017’s Galaxy Note 8. The bezels above and below the display may be slightly narrower than they are on the Note 8 phablet, which would again follow the same pattern as the Galaxy S9 as compared to the S8. The overall shape and design detail of the Note 9 is largely unchanged, otherwise.

Unfortunately, the leak doesn’t contain any information relating to technical specifications of the Note 9, release date or any hardware information that is largely expected to come equipped with the same internals as the S9+, which shipped earlier in the year. The murmors would include a SuperSpeed Dual Pixel camera for glorious photography, as well as the same general internal specs which gives the S9+ its performance.

There are some unconfirmed rumors relating to the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9, which may include an ultra-display fingerprint sensor instead of a rear sensor, but some reports claim Samsung is still having manufacturing difficulties that will force the company to keep the rear sensor.

As far as the Galaxy Note 9 is concerned in due time, as things stand right now, it looks as though phablet lovers can expect a device which is similar to last year’s model, at least where physical design is concerned.

(Source: @UniverseIce [Twitter])

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