Apple does not reinvent the design of its iPhones very often, but when it does, it is always a revolution. Now, it seems that even Samsung is going to follow this strategy. After releasing a Galaxy S9 which is just a slight upgrade of the innovative S8 in terms of aesthetics, the company has been tipped to release Samsung Galaxy Note 9 with the same design of its predecessor Note 8. Or at least this is what a new leak has revealed. The new leaked image is a live photo of the alleged front panel of the upcoming flagship phablet.
It has been posted by the known tipster Ice Universe on Twitter and, according to the photo, the form factor of the handset will be the same notch-less one. The display is curved on the sides and the position of the sensors is similar to the Note 8: the only noticeable difference is that Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has thinner bezels on the upper and lower part of the front panel. So, we expect to see a slightly bigger display in a body with the same dimensions as Note 8. Indeed, according to rumors, the phablet will feature a 6.4-inch display with the Super AMOLED technology and an 18.5:9 aspect ratio (0.1 inches bigger than Note 8).
Screen Panel of Galaxy Note9 pic.twitter.com/OPcMOhGVSN
— Ice universe (@UniverseIce) June 19, 2018
Recently a report revealed that the device will come in a variant with whopping 512 GB of internal storage (available in select markets only) and a huge battery with a capacity of 4000 mAh. So, we may finally see the first Galaxy Note device with an above-average battery since the Note 7 scandal. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will come with the same processor of the Galaxy S9: the octa-core Exynos 9810 or the octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, depending on the market. It is also said to come with a dual cameras on its rear side which should retain the variable aperture seen on the S9 Plus.