Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leak reveals two pretty convincing photos

Florence Fletcher
July 19, 2018

The Journal also reports that we can expect Samsung to launch an Apple HomePod competitor around the same time: a $US300 speaker powered by Samsung's smart assistant, Bixby. If it's anything like the Galaxy S9's fingerprint sensor, it'll be much easier to reach and feel for compared to the fingerprint sensor on the Galaxy Note 8.

Fresh details have come to light about the foldable smartphone Samsung supposedly plans to introduce next year. The official name is reputed to be "Galaxy X". The render also shows the new S Pen that is said to include various enhancements, including the rumoured Bluetooth connectivity support.

Samsung is all set to launch its flagship phablet - Galaxy Note 9 on August 9 at an event in NY. The larger models will have a fingerprint-on-display (FOD) scanner so you can touch the display to unlock the device.

Galaxy Note 9 official press render leaked
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"Winner" would be similar to a tablet in that after it's folded open, the device would be nearly all screen, without the disruption of hinges or bezels, like other folding phone models already on the market, the Journal said.

There have also been talks about Android OEMs who are trying to incorporate facial recognition following Apple's somewhat successful inclusion of the tech into its iPhone X. We have heard rumors from previous year but they have yet to materialize, so maybe we'll see it with the Galaxy S10, if at all. Whether it's leaked renders, press images, or a sheet of specifications, there are leaks everywhere you look for the Galaxy Tab S3's successor.

Kuo predicts that Samsung could ship 40 million Galaxy S10 phones next year, mostly of the two larger models, which will be more expensive. Separately, a couple of hands-on images of the upcoming Galaxy Note model has been leaked.

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