Galaxy Note 9

Samsung’s second major launch for the 2018 flagship device, Galaxy Note 9 is coming. Samsung has already confirmed that the new model will be arriving in August and we are just weeks away from the event for the announcement of one of the most anticipated smartphones of the year.

And now new information comes to reaffirm that the Galaxy Note 9 will be identical to the Galaxy Note 8. At least on the front panel.

According to a report from AndroidHeadlines, the image you see below is the final render of Note 9, which was provided to the site “by a trusted source.” And as expected, the changes are extremely few. We continue to have common edges of the Galaxy Note 8.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9
Galaxy Note 9 front panel render (image: AndroidHeadlines)

As well as last year’s generation, the Galaxy Note of 2018 will keep all its sensors and cameras at the top edge of the screen, therefore, it is likely that the same components in the sequence identical to Note 8. So we will still have the iris reader, front camera, proximity sensors, brightness and LED notification, in addition to the speaker.

The Galaxy Note 9 will be unveiled on August 9 and should expect few aesthetic changes over the previous model. Samsung is expected to keep the two rear cameras in the horizontal orientation, rather than adopting vertical posture as it did in the Galaxy S line.

A new colour should be the great attraction of Galaxy Note 9, which should blend the shades of blue with a flashy yellow in small details on the body and S-Pen, which will even receive many new features for the software, being a remote control, capture photos, play music, and more.