'Leaked rendering' indicates Samsung Note9 will look familiar
14 July, 2018, 04:15 | Author: Tara Roberts
A recent FCC filing might have revealed the S Pen's new secret: Bluetooth connectivity. The rather basic image seems to confirm speculations of there being little to no design changes between the upcoming device and its predecessor.
We've known for a while that Samsung is set to unveil the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone on 9th August, but now we have to ponder the release situation.
Based on the images, are you getting excited about the Galaxy Tab S4? Called the Galaxy Tab S4, it will be its most powerful tablet as it will come with a Snapdragon 835 processor. Notably, despite being the White colour model, the tablet has the front panel in Black - identical to the Black version of the Galaxy Tab S4. In contrast, a report by Nashville Chatter says that Samsung may debut the Galaxy S10 series at the Mobile World Congress (MWC) in February 2019. But thanks to a leak via Android Headlines, we're getting our first good look at the device. The phone is also slightly shorter thanks to thinner top- and bottom bezels. The phone is also believed to sport a new design with nearly no bezels above or below the screen.
The tweet shows the device with an optional keyboard cover and stylus.
The only bad news we've heard about the Galaxy S10 lineup so far doesn't come as much of a surprise, but it's bad news nonetheless: Samsung's next-gen flagship phones are going to be very expensive.
However, since this image only showcases the front of the handset, it does not shed any light on how the handset will look like from the back or the software. Fortunately the Note 9's launch event is less than a month away. The new one looks more sleek and shiny, enhanced functionality is also possible. The dual camera setup on both these smartphones consists of one 16 MP and one 8 MP camera, and also supports Portrait Mode that lets you capture photos with Bokeh Effect that blurs the background.
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