Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note 9 on August 9th, and it’s about time for some of the more significant leaks to occur. Thanks to Evan Blass, we have one of our best looks yet at the device in question and what its body will feature.
According to Blass’ leaked image, the Galaxy Note 9 will indeed look like last year’s Note 8. However, this year’s variant will come with a new set of cameras likely brought over from the Galaxy S9 Plus, packing a variable aperture and better optics. The fingerprint scanner can be found below the horizontally-placed shooters while the Samsung logo sits a tad lower.
On the front, we’re looking at a 6.3-inch screen surrounded by slim bezels just like last year’s phone. The device also comes with the S Pen many have come to know and love, with this year’s model offering a bit more pizzaz over previous generations thanks to a new paint job. The stylus will also support Bluetooth connectivity and pack more features, according to recent leaks.
While we still have yet to see the device officially, it’s likely we’ll hear much more about the Note 9 leading up to its unveiling early next month. Stay tuned for even more leaks that are bound to make their way to the web in the near future.