Samsung Galaxy Note 9 render leaked, shows off the complete front panel

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 render leaked, shows off the complete front panel

In addition, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would have a front-facing camera that will apparently feature a standard camera sensor along with a secondary front-facing shooter for Portrait Mode selfies. He later posted a side-by-side comparison of the S Pen for the Galaxy Tab S3 and Galaxy Tab S4.

When Samsung introduced the Galaxy S9 back in February at Mobile World Congress, there was some surprise at how similar the front of the flagship looked to that of its predecessor, the Galaxy S8.

In keeping with Samsung's tradition, the Galaxy Tab S4 will get an upgrade to a Snapdragon 835, but will remain a full generation behind its flagship smartphones. But it appears as though the differences between the Galaxy S10 and the S10+ model might not be as significant as we had previously heard. The handset is likely to come with on-screen capacitive keys as it has a slim chin at the bottom. As such, if you were hoping to see Samsung make some design overhauls for the Note 9, you'll probably be disappointed come 9th August. The phone is also believed to sport a new design with nearly no bezels above or below the screen. The phone is probably going to look a lot like the Galaxy Note 8.

The famous leakster Evan Blass published some revealing photos of the optional keyboard cover.

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The render has been shared by AndroidHeadlines which claims that it comes from a reliable source and gives us the first look of the front panel.

The device is expected to feature 1440 x 2960 resolution, 6GB of RAM with internal memory capacities of 64, 128 or 256GB. Note 9 is expected to be powered by 1.8 GHz octa-core processor and on board storage of 64 GB with the option of expandable memory by up to 2 TB.

The report further adds that there are three phones now under-development by Samsung in the Galaxy S10 series.

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