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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 high-quality render, live images leaked

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Poster
Image Credit: Evan Blass

There’s a fresh pair of Galaxy Note 9 leaks out and about, showing it off in official press renders and live images. The photos have arrived just a day after Samsung’s mobile chief himself accidentally got photographed using the phone.

The high-quality render above has emerged online thanks to the usually-accurate tipster Evan Blass. It’s one of the best looks at the Galaxy Note 9 yet, featuring its front, back, and S Pen. The stylus is expected to be one of the biggest highlights of the device, with many predicting Bluetooth support to be added, as well as enhanced gaming tools.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Changes

Past S Pens matched the color of the Note they were being paired with, but Samsung is trying something different this time around. The accessory in the photo above has 3 different colors, starting with yellow, moving on to gold, and finally ending in blue. This way, the stylus stands out and still matches the rest of the smartphone when it’s resting inside the handset.

The back of the Galaxy Note 9 confirms what we’ve all been suspecting these past few weeks – the fingerprint scanner is moving below the dual camera module and shrinking in size. The photography setup is interesting, as the leftmost lens is smaller than the one next to it. The LED flash module is parked a little distance away next to the heart rate monitor.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Live
Image Credit: Slashleaks

Samsung has notably changed things up a bit so that the color of the dual camera enclosure matches the rest of the handset. To recall, the Galaxy Note 8 stuck to a black enclosure for all its color variants. As for the live snaps, they pretty much match up to the render.

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One image features the phone switching on and confirming that it’s the Galaxy Note 9 in the process. With all this information out there, there’s very little left for Samsung to reveal on August 9. It’ll be nice to get an official confirmation though, so stay tuned.