Not only Apple products enjoy leaks at this time of the year. As we are approaching the official launch of Samsung's new Galaxy Note9 phantasm, images that describe the phone are becoming clearer. Thus, Evan Blass, editor at VentureBeat and an amateur "leaker" in the smartphone industry, published the first press image with the phone, which seems to confirm what we already knew from the information we had previously accessed on the Internet
The image published by Blass seems to be from a promotional material, it is an official photo not a 3D rendering made by a third party specification. Thus, it is confirmed that the Galaxy Note9 will not be very different from the point of view of the design of the Note8 model last year, keeping it in a more "general square".
What's changed is the fingerprint sensor now moved under the dual-camera system in a more "normal" position. "The Galaxy S9 enjoyed similar treatment this spring, otherwise Note9 would probably be similar to S9." We're talking about a chipset Exynos 9810 or Snadpragon 845, depending on region, 6 or 8 GB RAM, 64 GB minimum storage and variable aperture camera
The S Pen Stylus is an element which is the most obvious . It looks similar to the exterior with the previous model, the notable difference being its color, or rather its colors. We are talking about a yellow device with a golden top and a blue cap that matches the phone. It is rumored that the new stylus will be connected to the phone via Bluetooth, providing extra functionality and remote control for the phone, suggesting that it will also integrate an internal battery
Other small details that can be seen from this image could be the position of the buttons. It seems that the volume buttons, the Bixby button and the Power button have been moved a few millimeters above probably by improving the user experience based on user feedback
] The official Samsung Galaxy Note9 announcement is scheduled for August 9 when the company will hold a "Unpacked" series event in New York. It will probably arrive in stores before the end of August, a few weeks before the official announcement of the new iPhone models