Note 9’s renders have just spilled, and the new outline does not appear like a noteworthy refresh over the ancestor other than a couple of minor changes, for example, the unique Finger print scanner’s area.

The new design gets the same horizontal camera array (likely to have dual cameras), but Samsung has fixed the ergonomics on this one by moving the fingerprint sensor below the shooters. Last year’s Note 8 and S8 flagships had an odd fingerprint scanner placement – right next to the camera – that was more than often difficult to use.

Samsung changed the outline and moved the scanner underneath the camera for the ongoing Galaxy S9 couple, the organization is doing likewise for their up and coming Note 9. Notwithstanding, its odd that the flat camera territory still possesses a similar region in spite of having one less sensor (the unique finger impression which has moved underneath the camera). It is conceivable Samsung may very well reshuffle the cameras, LED and heart rate sensor possessing a comparative space on the back. 
In addition, in the event that you investigate the spilled case, there’s a void space for another fourth catch on its side. This catch appears like an expansion to the standard volume rocker, Bixby launcher, and power catch combo. We are inconsistent endeavoring to think about what this new catch could be for.

Its placement does suggest that it could be a camera shutter button, but as of yet, we can’t say for sure. And Samsung has never really used a camera button on any of its mainstream flagships.
The upcoming successor to the flagship Note series does not seem like a major design overhaul compared to the Note 8, but it is sure to pack some latest technology.

Speaking of latest technology, the Note 9 might not come with an in-display fingerprint scanner unlike Xiaomi’s latest Mi 8 Explorer Edition, market experts say so. It was expected to launch earlier than usual, but Samsung pushed the launch date ahead by a few weeks to incorporate some last-minute design changes, deciding to reduce the thickness of the front glass by 0.5 mm.

A subtle change, but it may have been done to place an in-display fingerprint reader. Anyhow, the new case leaks give a better idea about Note 9’s dimensions, which, by the way, are 161.9 x 76.3 x 8.8 mm. The footprint is almost the same as the predecessor.
Another rumor says that it will have a 3,850 mAh battery instead of the weak 3,300mAh unit on the Note 8.
Other specs such as an Exynos 9810 or Snapdragon 845 chipset and at least 6 GB RAM are rather obvious, but this is all we can say for now. We’ll keep you posted as more info gets leaked.

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