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Galaxy Note 9 alleged hands-on video showcases just the design

01 August 2018 4

With just a few days away from the launch of the Galaxy Note 9, we are now getting its hands-on video. Spotted on the leaks aggregator site Slashleaks, a hands-on video by Mobile Fun, a website for cases and accessories showcase the Galaxy Note 9 in its full glory. However, it’s just the design that has been shown in the video. The video doesn’t show the home screen of the device.

The leaked hands-on video of the Galaxy Note 9 only shows the front and the back of the device. The front holds the full bezel-less display and the back holds the dual rear cameras stacked horizontally with fingerprint scanner placed just below it.

Samsung’s scheduled Unpacked event is just a few days away but this hands-on video doesn’t show the Home screen that could tell us what to expect in the UI experience. Ice Universe, the famous tipster for everything Samsung, recently tweeted that Galaxy Note 9 will bring new icons, some new interactions, and Bixby 2.0 based AI UX will also appear.


And, he also suggested before that Bixby 2.0 is going to be more worth looking forward to as it has changed so much.

Galaxy Note 9 is going to have a multi-functional S Pen and it may help the users in getting the desktop-like experience without even the need of the DeX Pad accessory.

It’s expected to feature a 6.4-inch (2960x1440) Super AMOLED display. It will be powered by Snapdragon 845 processor and has 12MP rear dual camera setup with an 8MP front-facing camera and 4,000mAH battery. The device is also rumored to hold a massive 512GB storage variant.


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