Based on the images, are you getting excited about the Galaxy Tab S4?
August is shaping up to be a busy month for Samsung, with the electronics giant announcing the Galaxy Note 9 at an Unpacked event in NY on the 9th, and likely unveiling the Galaxy Gear smartwatch and the new Galaxy Tab S4 at IFA 2018 in Berlin.
This is apparently what the Note 9 will look like.
The reveal, which sees Honor totally skip the Note 9 in its series of phablets (the last Honor Note was the 2016 Note 8), will no-doubt raise eyebrows at Samsung, which is gearing up for the launch of its Galaxy Note 9 device in August 9 at its Galaxy Unpacked event.
AndroidHeadlines has obtained what it claims is an official rendering of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9.
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Details include a large screen with slim bezels at the top and bottom, a single key (likely the power button) on the right edge and two buttons (probably the volume rocker and Bixby button) on the left, just like on the Note 8. In fact, it's seemingly identical to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Let's take a look at everything we think we know so far about Samsung's next-gen flagships.
Rumors point to a powerful phone powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 chip (or Samsung's own Exynos 9180 chip), 6GB or 8GB of RAM, and up to 512GB of storage.
Each in-display fingerprint module will cost $15, which is more than seven times the price of the normal fingerprint sensor Samsung has used in its previous phones, BGR reported.
Camera-wise, the Note 9's expected to have the same dual camera setup on the S9.