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Galaxy Note 9 yellow variant renders showcase different design possibilities

28 June 2018 2

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is in rumors from past few weeks. Today the company officially confirmed the next Unpacked event will be on August 9th where most likely the Galaxy Note 9 will be officially unveiled. The company releases a short teaser video which showcases S-Pen. From what we heard so far the S-Pen will be upgraded this year with a number of new features. Surprisingly the S-Pen in the teaser is shown in a color which we haven't seen so far.

Although the color variant is Yellow it isn't close to the regular gold color variant of Samsung flagships Galaxy Note 8, Galaxy S9 and others. The PhoneArena guys further detailed the yellow color variant of Galaxy Note 9. They rendered Galaxy Note 9 with the same color and also S-Pen separately to know more about the design.

The color looks more like a garish yellow than regular yellow. Another interesting aspect of the design is the S-Pen clicker is of blue color whereas the rest of the pen is yellow. This hints the company could introduce two-tone color with blue color chassis and yellow covering rest of body. It would be refreshing change because so far all the Note devices chassis and S-Pen have the same color scheme.

At the moment it is still too early to predict that Samsung could opt two-tone color scheme for the Galaxy Note 9. We also have to render Galaxy Note 9 in pure yellow, yellow and blue colors. However, it is still too early to predict what Samsung is cooking inside as far as colors of next-gen Galaxy Note devices are a concern.

Would you like to have this yellow variant or regular gold variant from Samsung? Feel free to share your views regarding the Galaxy Note 9 renders in the comments section below.



Galaxy Note 9 yellow variant renders showcase different design possibilities
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