The launch date of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was known to take place on Aug. 9. It is also known that it will use a 4000 mAh battery and S-Pen with Bluetooth support. Today’s design of the device is finally drenched through image recognition by the Olixar frame manufacturer.
Design changes can only be seen in the fingerprint scanner position now located beneath the dual-camera lens. This is a more ergonomic position than in Note 8. It is easier to achieve and can prevent the fingers from stabbing the camera lens. Unlike the Galaxy S9, the dual camera on the back is still flat.
The smaller bezel can also be seen on the fore and chin parts of the device. An audio jack can be seen to be maintained and this is certainly a delight to those who are not ready for the use of wireless earphones completely.
As seen on the Galaxy S9 this year, which has not changed much over the Galaxy S8. Samsung also did not make too drastic changes in Note 9 compared to Note 8.