Fresh render of the next Samsung flagship device from the Note series, the Galaxy Note 9, has surfaced.
As obtained from Android Headlines, the render reveals only the frontal view of the said device and from what to image reveals, it share a whole lot of semblance with its soon-to-be predecessor, the Galaxy Note 8.
Like the Note 8, the Galaxy Note 9 comes in the same shape and dimension. Button placements are also pretty much the same. At the top, most of the device sensors (proximity, iris scanner etc.), selfie camera, and earpiece will be placed. The bottom of the display will also be bare and have no buttons, keys, or sensor.
As seen in the above render, the left hand side of the device will harbour the Bixby assistant button and volume adjustment keys while the right hand side will house only the lock/power button — just like the Galaxy Note 8!
You should, however, know that it has been earlier rumoured that there might be no significant design difference between the Note 8 and Note 9, save for the alignment of the rear fingerprint sensor. This Samsung Galaxy Note 9 render definitely goes a long way to confirm the rumour.
Expected specifications of the device include a 6.38-inch S-AMOLED Infinity Display of QHD+ resolution, Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, 6GB/8GB RAM variant, 4,000mAh battery, S-Pen stylus with Bluetooth connectivity support, and 64GB/128GB of internal storage.