This week we’re having a peek at a full 360 view of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. This isn’t the official Samsung-made render set, but it’s the next best thing. We’re looking at a set of models made by OnLeaks, aka Steve H – one of the most accurate leakers of such things in the past couple of years. Especially when it comes to this sort of leak.
The factory CAD leak-made-models shown here make the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 look a lot like its predecessor, with a couple of significant changes. One – the fingerprint reader is physically separated by a couple of barriers. They’re not BIG barriers – they’re just edges of areas – but they’re there. Now it’ll be more difficult to accidentally smudge the backside camera lenses on this smartphone.
Another major difference lies in the arrangement of the sensor collection and lenses, making room for another piece of hardware. Here instead of a couple of LED flash bulbs, we’ve got one, maybe two (if they’re small), and an extra sensor. That could be a 3D sensor of some sort – or just some infrared business of some sort. We’ll see!
The images you see here show the Galaxy Note 9 in all its glory from all sorts of angles. You’ll find that the frontside looks a lot like it did with the Galaxy Note 8. This is because the device’s frontside will be almost identical in technology to its predecessor. That means no frontside fingerprint reader, under-display or otherwise.
The device you see here won’t be mind-blowingly different from the Galaxy Note 8, but it will be a rather good smartphone. Have a peek at the timeline below for more information on this smartphone, and stick around for more! We’re expecting this smartphone to be revealed at an early August event, with a release several weeks later!