Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Promo Image Leaked


With less than a month to go before Samsung launches the Galaxy Note 9 at an event held in NY on August 9th; promotion material has leaked showing the handset in a bold blue and yellow color scheme that ties up neatly with previously leaked images. The phone will look a lot like the previous Note model and it'll mostly sport the same specs as the Galaxy S9 phones.

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That's because the invite and Twitter posting thereof showed a bright yellow S Pen. The Polish market is tipped to receive the Galaxy Note 9 in three color options such as black, purple and blue. While the physical design is said to be similar to that of its predecessor, Galaxy Note 9 is expected to pack a larger 4000mAh battery. The horizontally-aligned dual camera setup remains, but the fingerprint sensor now moves to a more easily accessible position - in the centre instead of extreme right position. The bottom of the device features a 3.5mm headphone jack, a USB-C port, what looks to be a microphone port and speaker grille plus a silo for the S Pen. The recent FCC filing for the new S Pen also mentioned Bluetooth support.

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Now it seems that the "gold" Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is not gold or yellow at all - just the all-new S Pen that goes with it. The side edges still retain Samsung's characteristic curves.

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