The Korean Multinational Manufacturer Samsung is expected to launch the company’s next flagship phablet in so-called Note series, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 by the H2 this year, as of the usual pattern. The smartphone will definitely be an upgraded version of Galaxy Note 8 launched back in August 2018, also will embed a lot of features from Galaxy S9 launched back in this February including the dual aperture. Ahead of the launch in this August, we have been expecting several leaked information regarding the smartphone. Now, a set of images were popped up on the internet claiming the real-world pictures of Samsung Galaxy Note 9.
The images which are just showed off has the appropriate physical appearance which could be expected in the forthcoming flagship smartphone. The ‘device’ has a dual camera on the rear, and the fingerprint scanner is under the display it seems. There is longer earpiece speaker on the top chin and the usual sensors shown. But unfortunately, the images are FAKE. These are the photoshopped images of Samsung Galaxy S9+, according to the Slashleaks.
Anyways, let’s just talk about the expected specifications and features of the Galaxy Note 9. The smartphone is expected to feature a-inch Infinity Display, with no notch, especially to mention. The device will be powered with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, paired with at least 6G gigs of RAM onboard. Also, the dual-camera setup with dual-aperture, Dual-OIS and Dual Pixel technology.