That's also when the Galaxy Note 9 may be released in other markets since South Korea is nearly always on the list of markets that get new Samsung flagships first. But it appears as though the differences between the Galaxy S10 and the S10+ model might not be as significant as we had previously heard.
Shared by AndroidHeadlines, the image apparently came from a "reliable source", so reliable in fact that the site considers this to be confirmation of the design. It also means we can once again safely say that Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 is going to be a snoozefest. The button on the S Pen has been thinned and the accessory itself looks to be slightly slimmer all around. Finally, the S10 More (Beyond 2) will show two sensors in the front and three at the back. But thanks to a leak via Android Headlines, we're getting our first good look at the device. The traditional S Pen could get Bluetooth connectivity option for increased convenience while the screen is also expected to see a raise reaching 6.4 inches.
Beginning on the outside of Samsung's new phones seems particularly apropos since the designs of the company's current Galaxy flagship phones are believed to be one of the main things people dislike about them. We haven't seen many high-quality renders of the device and the one above is supposed to be an official press image. The company has also enhanced the sunlight readability on device's super AMOLED display.
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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. The report claims the smartphone could feature a triple camera setup at the back and dual cameras on the front.
The purported Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was spotted on Geekbench a few months ago.