Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Design Rendering Exposure: Little Changes Compared With Note 8

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According to the latest news, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 may be released in this summer, rather than the usual fall. At the end of April, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (SM-N9608) was found on the Chinese website of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology. Immediately afterward, Geekbench also appeared with the Samsung Note 9 running the “Universal” processor Exynos 9810.

Recently, A spy photo of Samsung Note 9’s front panel appeared on the Internet. Samsung Mobile’s renderings are likely to be updated based on these spy photos. In terms of appearance, Note 9 is shorter than Note 8’s body length. Losing, the chin and the forehead all have different narrowings, and the screen size does not seem to change.

Another reliable message shows that the Galaxy Note 9 has a maximum storage capacity of 512GB, and it can also be expanded with a microSD card. And whether it is 256 or 512GB, will be equipped with 8GB of RAM, the basic model is still using 6GB + 64GB. Now, foreign media SamsungMobile sent Note 9 and Note 8 design renderings, at first glance you will feel no difference, in fact, the difference is true, but the look is still somewhat different.

From the point of comparison, the Note 9 body is shorter than the Note 8, and the forehead and chin are also narrow. The width of the both is basically the same. Overall, there is no major change in design or the previous generation of small gaps, And the fingerprint under the screen should not be seen.

According to the previous exposure of specification, Galaxy Note 9 will be equipped with 6.38-inch OLED screen, with Snapdragon 845 and Exynos 9810 processor coupled with 6GB of RAM, there may be 8GB + 512GB memory combination and battery capacity is expected to 4000mAh. Finally, it is said that Samsung will release this Note 9 on July 29th.

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