Even more high-quality Galaxy Note 9 renders are leaked, full specs also 'confirmed'

Even more high-quality Galaxy Note 9 renders are leaked, full specs also 'confirmed'
The highly anticipated Galaxy Note 9 has not only been repeatedly rendered and leaked in a hands-on video by a mobile accessories retailer in the past few weeks, with Samsung itself spilling the beans (twice) on the company’s “next big thing” ahead of tomorrow’s formal announcement.

To keep the hype and excitement going, probably the phone’s most prolific leaker strikes again today (almost certainly for one last time), showcasing the new S Pen-wielding flagship in all its glory in over a dozen high-quality renders.

These are technically never-before-seen images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in Midnight Black and Ocean Blue, although they don’t seem to reveal anything we didn’t already know. Samsung’s next-gen powerhouse is similar but not identical to its forerunner, with a rearranged dual rear camera/fingerprint reader combo, ever so slightly larger “Infinity Display” in tow, as well as a redesigned and functionally improved S Pen accompanying it to market.


The pricing info is no secret, at least as far as European markets are concerned, and pre-orders are slated to kick off shortly after tomorrow’s Unpacked event, running until August 23, with deliveries starting no later than the next day.

WinFuture’s Roland Quandt also claims to be in a position where he can “confirm all the specs we’ve heard over the last few months”, including an extra-large 4,000 mAh battery, 128 and 512GB internal storage configurations, and up to 8GB RAM.

While the Note 9 is expected to borrow its two rear shooters from the Galaxy S9+, a fresh set of “intelligent” software features should make it “almost impossible to take a bad picture”, at least according to leaked promotional materials.


A big DeX mode upgrade is also in the pipeline, allowing the Galaxy Note 9 to deliver a “PC-like experience” by directly connecting to a monitor rather than relying on a proprietary docking station. 

Another tidbit Quandt has been able to “confirm” is FM Radio support provided out the box, at least in Canada and “probably” the US, although for some reason, Samsung doesn’t plan to include a native app for this increasingly important functionality.


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