There is hardly much time left in the launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 but the leaks about it can be found almost daily. A latest leak shows the hands on images of the Note 9. Recently, Samsung Mobile CEO DJ Koh was also spotted using the new Galaxy Note handset publically that suggested the all-new fingerprint sensor placement. Recent reports show there won’t be be any major design changes over last year’s Galaxy Note 8 except that the fingerprint will now be placed below the rear cameras. Report also shows the new S Pen that is said to include various enhancements, including the rumoured Bluetooth connectivity support.
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The latest render spotted on SlashLeaks leaked by none other than renowned tipster Evan Blass, is the first ever high-quality render of the phone. It shows the hands on images of the phone. The render shows that while the overall design of the Galaxy Note 9 matches its predecessor, just the difference lies in the position of the fingerprint sensor that has been moved from the vertical-positioned sensor next to the dual rear camera setup that was featured on the Galaxy Note 8 last year to a horizontal-oriented sensor. If you remember there was a lot of complaints about the placement of fingerprint sensor in Samsung Galaxy Note 8 last year, which was changed in Galaxy S9 and thankfully that change has been retained to Note 9 too.
Apart from the new position of the fingerprint sensor, the leaked render shows that the dual camera setup of the Galaxy Note 9 matches the paintjob of its back panel. This is unlike the camera setup of the Galaxy Note 8 that had a black colour covering. However, on the front there isn’t any major design change except that the new S Pen sits alongside the frontal view of the handset shows an attractive Gold colour view.
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