Samsung's website in New Zeland published a video Friday that featured the soon-to-be-announced Galaxy Note 9 device. The biggest difference is apparently 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 previous year to a horizontal-oriented sensor.
The listing on Geekbench shows the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 variant with model number SM-N960N. The render also shows the new S Pen that is said to include various enhancements, including the rumoured Bluetooth connectivity support. The 30-second video provides a glimpse at the rear camera and flash array and the "all-new powerful S Pen", previously outed in fairly good detail by Evan Blass last week, and an all-day battery.
Finally, the S Pen for the Tab S4 has also been upgraded from its predecessor, now offering the Screen-Off Memo like the Note 8 and Galaxy S9, and greater accuracy and control. Just like all the Samsung flagships, the Galaxy Note 9 has a glass back and an aluminum frame.
Industry watchers expect the new Galaxy Note 9 to come with 4,000mAh battery and 512 GB data storage capacity, along with Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and Exynos 9810 chipsets.
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The plus-sized Galaxy will be capable of 1TB of storage with the use of a 512GB microSD card.
The Huawei P20 Pro features a 6.1-inch FullView OLED display with a 18.7:8 aspect ratio so you'll get minimal bezels on this device too. We've also pasted it below, but it could be pulled down by the time you read this.
You probably already know what the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 looks like. We'll have to wait further for that.
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