Renders have appeared that may show the design of Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9. The renders show a smartphone whose design deviates at least from that of the Galaxy S9+. The cameras sit next to each other, instead of under each other.
Because the cameras are placed next to each other, the fingerprint scanner seems to be slightly higher than with the Galaxy S9+. The renders, which have been put online by 91Mobiles, are presumably based on files that are used for the manufacture of the device. The one 91Mobiles worked with, OnLeaks, has specialized in publishing information about announced smartphones based on CAD files.
The Note 9 would measure 161.9×76.3×8.8mm, making it a bit thicker than the predecessor Galaxy Note 8 and also has a slightly thicker bezel on the sides. The screen would be a 6.3 “OLED panel with a resolution of presumably 2960×1440 pixels. At the bottom are a USB-C port, 3.5mm jack and storage space for the stylus.
Samsung usually presents its Galaxy Note phones at the end of the summer, in August or September. The manufacturer has not yet announced anything about its upcoming high-end Android smartphone.