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Galaxy Note 9 leaked display panel reveals same design as Note 8

19 June 2018 3

Last month we got to see some alleged renders of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 revealing that the upcoming flagship from the Korean tech giant might not have any design changes which means that it’s possible to see the upcoming Note 9 with a similar design with improved specifications compared to Note 8.

A reliable tipster @IceUniverse revealed an image of the screen panel of Galaxy Note 9 that shows almost a similar display size and design. In addition, we get to notice that the sensor, earpiece, front-facing camera cut-offs placed upon the upper bezel are almost identical to Note 8. Looking forward to the lower bezel of Note 9, it seems that it’s thinner than the present flagship Note 8.

Other rumors regarding the internals of the upcoming Note lineup flagship suggest that Note 9 to be equipped with a Super AMOLED display of 6.38 inches that would deliver QHD+ display with an aspect ratio of 18:5:9.

The latest chipset from Samsung i.e Exynos 9810 could power Galaxy Note 9 while in some regions around the world like U.S and China, it could sport Snapdragon 845 variant. The processing powerhouse could offer 6GB RAM and might come in different storage capacity variants like 64GB, 128 GB, and 256GB while a leak suggested that some markets might be offered 512 GB variant too.

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(last update 18 February 2020 @ 11:03)



Galaxy Note 9 leaked display panel reveals same design as Note 8
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