Samsung is expected to make the debut of the company’s forthcoming flagship phablet Galaxy Note 9 on August 9. Ahead of it, the company CEO DJ Coh recently spotted using the smartphone in public, which is one of the first exposed look towards the official device by the company. The smartphone was exposed during a public press meet held in China.
The smartphone that the Samsung CEO holds is not much visible. But it is sure that he is using an upcoming smartphone with a larger screen, and a Galaxy S-Pen, which is effectively the Galaxy Note 9. The smartphone apparently has gotten a horizontally placed rear dual camera setup. The smartphone thickness looks almost similar to its predecessor. Also, there are no other physical changes found from the Galaxy Note 8, even in the boxy style design at corners.
The fingerprint scanner is now relocated just below to the camera modules, which will make it easier to access using fingers.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9, as we expect, will feature a Super AMOLED panel sized at 6.3-inches, powered with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 845 Chipset under the hood. The international version might carry the Exynos 9820 Chipset. The hardware specs also paired with 6GB of RAM along with the storage space up to 256GB. The rear-facing camera combo might carry dual 12MP sensors, just like the Galaxy S9+, with DualPixel, Dual-OIS. Samsung also seems to deploy a bigger battery this time, having the capacity of 4,000mAh with fast charging.
Save that date for August, when the company is unveiling the smartphone in New York City.