Wondering what the new Galaxy Note will look like? You have this opportunity right now. The designers at Upcoming Phones have put together everything we know about this device and created a concept presentation for the Note 9.
So, the flagship of 2018 will be slightly wider than the Galaxy Note 8. The frame with two camera modules looks more impressive, and the flash and heart rate sensor remain the same. The fingerprint scanner, on the other hand, has disappeared from the back – it has moved to the display, as in Vivo X20 Plus UD. A special mechanism for 3D face scanning a la Face ID is visible on the front. Overall, the bezels around the display are slightly thinner than the previous generation.
Speaking of the display, it will receive 4K resolution. Other specifications are also at their best: a massive 3,800 mAh battery, 8 GB of RAM and 64/128 GB of internal memory. Processors are expected to use either Snapdragon or Exynos depending on the region – this is Samsung's traditional practice.
The whole device will be a lot – 190 g. This can be partly explained by a large battery and the fact that the side frame, judging by the concept, is metal, not glass. Back to the design, Samsung's decision to place the camera module off-center seems odd. Symmetry is one of the foundations of modern design, and perhaps most users would prefer a centered camera.
The Galaxy Note 9's S Pen is expected to receive a number of improvements. Little is known about this yet, but we hope in advance that it will be cool.