There won’t be any surprises on August 9 when Samsung unveils the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Countless renders of the device have been leaked online in addition to live images. A leaked render showed off the device in Lilac Purple earlier this week and a new render has now surfaced of the Deepsea Blue Galaxy Note 9.
The latest is the above marketing render of the handset, showing it in fetching Lilac Purple, which also does a good job showing off how slim the device is. The handset is expected to be available in Black, Gray, Coral Blue, Brown, and Lilac purple.
Well, we now have an exclusive render of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in the Coral Blue color (Deep Sea Blue), which the Korean smartphone maker will be introducing at the launch event. The render also shows the August 24 date on the screen, implying that the device will go on sale, at least in the US, on the same day as had been rumored earlier. It might be released on the same day in some other markets such as Europe and Korea.
The render that you see here is presumably of the simple blue color option that may be called the Coral Blue or Deepsea Blue. Some of you might be aware that a somewhat similar shade for the Galaxy Note 8 is already called Deepsea Blue while the one for the Galaxy S9 is called Coral Blue.
There’s no use making any observations about the design of the device now because the same has been done over and over again. The device is very identical to its predecessor with the only noticeable changes being at the back.
The Galaxy Note 9 is going to be announced on August 9. Pre-orders are expected to begin the following week with the device being released across the globe on August 24.