Samsung Galaxy Note9 renders reveal design

Ro, 03 July 2018

After the lengthy article about the Galaxy Note9's features the other day, we've got a pretty good idea about what to expect during the phone's official launch on August 9.

Note9 with case Note9 with case
Note9 with case

But that doesn't mean that the rumor mill has stopped spinning. In fact, the latest batch of rendered images gives us a good look at what the Galaxy Note9 will look like. And as stated before, the device won't be offering any substantial changes in the design department.

How the Note9 should look like in different colors based on previous reports How the Note9 should look like in different colors based on previous reports How the Note9 should look like in different colors based on previous reports How the Note9 should look like in different colors based on previous reports
How the Note9 should look like in different colors based on previous reports

We still have the curved front panel and no notch design with small bezels all around. The only thing that has changed is the fingerprint placement on the back to avoid accidental lens smudges.

Note9's supposedly available colors Note9's supposedly available colors
Note9's supposedly available colors

Of course, these renders can't be 100% accurate since they are merely based on previous rumors, but they should be pretty close to the real thing.

Source (in Russian)


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