A few days ago, we told you that there were leaked out images of screen protectors that revealed the design of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Yesterday, reliable leakster @OnLeaks in collaboration with 91Mobiles, treated the world to new CAD (computer-aided design) renders and a 360-video that shows off the phablet in all of it's glory.
The renders show a familiar design to last year's Galaxy Note8. Returning is the Infinity Display (no notch!!) with thin top and bottom bezels. Volume controls and a power button occupy the left side of the device, while the dedicated Bixby button resides on the right. The beloved headphone jack looks to be a mainstay as well.
The only difference is the fingerprint sensor seems to have been moved below the dual-camera module. Seeing a physical fingerprint scanner means that Samsung is not yet ready to incorporate an in-display fingerprint reader, which may mean it is destined for their devices in 2019.
According to 91Mobiles, the phablet measures 161.9 x 76.3 x 8.8mm and will have a 6.3-inch QHD+ display. Under the hood, it is said that a Samsung Exynos 9810 or a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor will be included depending on region. 91Mobiles also indicates that the Note 9 will have 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage. There is also a good chance of a micro SD slot to add external memory. Lastly, the phablet will be fueled by a 3,850 mAh battery.
The final product could look slightly different as there are rumblings that Samsung may be working on some small design changes. As we inch closer to Samsung's Note 9 announcement on August 9th, expect a lot more leaks and rumors to flow in.