Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Dazzling in new concept

Since the launch of Galaxy S9 and S9 +, people’s attention now turn to the next flagship of Samsung, the Galaxy Note 9. These last few weeks we have seen a significant increase in information leaks, centered on Samsung’s next flagship. The device had passes through the Geekbench, and its model number and name was officially confirmed by Samsung. It is also speculated that Galaxy Note 9 may be introduced sooner than expected, in this case in June.

The Youtube channel DBS Designing is well known for its renders of future smartphone concepts. And this new Galaxy Note 9 lives up to its fame, because this concept is quite interesting and could well be the Official. Its design seems to give continuity to the official, slightly more rectilinear and angular, despite the curved glass in the front and rear of the equipment. The S-Pen also with more color options, seems to be an option to take into account. Due to the thinner bezels on the top and bottom front of the equipment, the screen seems to have an even higher ratio than the previous 18 – 9.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Dazzling in new concept

In terms of specs, the Galaxy Note 9 is imagined in this concept, as having a 6.3-inch QHD + Super AMOLED screen. We can also see that in this concept the fingerprint sensor would be on the screen. The device should have the new Android P root, and also a new variant of 8GB RAM. The Galaxy Note 9 speculates that it may bring a larger battery than its predecessor, and could be even thinner than 8.5mm.

We will still have to wait longer until we can actually see the Galaxy Note 9. But this concept seems to be quite close to what should be the new flagship of Samsung. It was well applied Samsung’s design, and evolved into this concept that could be quite the reality. However we will wait for actual images and specifications of the Galaxy Note 9. But I liked it that way, what do you think?

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