With Samsung #Unpacked 2018 event on the way on 9 August 2018, you might have noticed that the teaser image by the company shows a yellow device.
According to Reddit users, the glitch is found on several phones; there are reports of the Galaxy S9, S9 Plus, and Note 8 being affected, with one person claiming his entire gallery was sent to his girlfriend in the middle of the night. He brought attention to the fact that the new phone sported curved Super AMOLED-backed "Infinity Display" panel which was the same as the one in Galaxy Note 8, which debuted in August past year. While leaks have revealed a number of details about the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 phone, this review by Eldar Murtazin, who is known for his early access to phones, is entirely different from the leaks.
While we now know a great deal about the hardware that will go into the Galaxy Note 9, the same can not be said about the software. This makes it easier to unlock without smudging the camera lens but it also means that there won't be an under-screen fingerprint sensor.
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It also seems that the new updated version of the AlwaysOn Display will likely appear in the Galaxy S10, and not in the Note 9 series.
In the imaging department, the Note9 is expected to share a similar dual-camera system as the Galaxy S9+. Where the storage/RAM specifications go, the Note 9 will look like this: 6 RAM and 128 GB, 8GB RAM and 256GB as well as 8GB RAM and 512GB storage. The Android 8.1 Oreo update brings features like battery indicator for connected Bluetooth devices, an adaptive SystemUI theme that changes based on your wallpaper (dark wallpapers give black quick settings menu and bright wallpapers give a white quick settings menu), and new emojis to name a few. The weight of this new device gets a little bit heavier thanks to the 4000mAh battery which is surely an upgrade from the 3300mAh one on the previous version. Expect something like 23-25 hours of video with the Super AMOLED at maximum brightness, apparently. Storage as standard will be 128GB with 6GB of RAM, but there will also be 8GB/256GB and 8GB/512GB versions as well. We'll definitely find out more as we get closer towards the launch.