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Galaxy Note 9: renders reveal each of its angles

Although it could be a few months before the launch of the Galaxy Note 9, images and a 360-degree video of the cell phone give us a first glimpse of the phone.

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The Galaxy Note 9 will be the next flagship phone of the company with a launch that will probably occur in August. Although there are still a few months left for that, the popular filtering @onleaks published images and 360-degree video of the cell phone that leave little to the imagination.
The images were published in association with the 91Mobiles site and show a Galaxy Note 9 with a design very similar to the Galaxy Note 8
The main changes of the Galaxy Note 9 seem to be in the positioning of the fingerprint reader (better located) and the organization of the rear double camera that now would also have a more circular shape than before.
Although this sounds very similar to what the Galaxy S9 Plus currently has , the main difference is that the lenses appear to be different and the cameras are located horizontally, rather than vertically. In addition, the fingerprint reader now does not appear to be part of the same camera module.


The video also reveals some specifications, such as a 6.3-inch curved screen, a thickness of 8.8mm, a traditional headphone jack (3.5mm) and the USB-C port.
The images and the video arrive thanks to CAD schemes obtained by the filter that has very frequently hit such important cell phone launches . However, Samsung has not confirmed anything about it and it is better to take this information with caution.

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Written by Kyle Frost

Kyle is the cheif editor of Today's Android. He's from Manchester, London. He's responsible for covering news from UK and around the globe.

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