It's possible the Note 9's bezels could be marginally thinner and the display's corners rounded ever so slightly - similar to the minor cosmetic tweaks Samsung made on the Galaxy S9 - but it's impossible to tell from the leaked image. Now, it's been reported that the phablet will be launched in Korea on August 24.
That battery and screen dwarf Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 9, which is expected to have a 6.3-inch screen and a 4000mAh battery.
If you're a Samsung fan and it's excitement you're looking for, you've already stopped caring about the Galaxy Note 9 and turned your attention to the Galaxy S10.
A version of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been leaked online, with peeks at the Note 9's listing on TENAA, the mobile certification agency in China.More news: Waleed Aly isn't impressed with Kylie Jenner's Forbes cover
The listing on TENAA also shows the same model number, meaning that the handset is almost ready for launch. Whilst the 13-megapixel rear-facing cameras on both Galaxy J4 and J6 enables users take fantastic photos; the front-facing 5-megapixel camera on J4 and 8-megapixel on J6 let you take more stunning selfies. It stated that the smartphone will include 6GB RAM and run Android 8.1 Oreo.
The purported Samsung Galaxy Note 9 was spotted on Geekbench a few months ago.
It has an Infinity Display, thinnish bezels and curved edges, as have most of the new Galaxy flagship devices of the past two years. Or for the rest of the world, the Exynos 9810 Octa, in place of the 8895. The report claims the smartphone could feature a triple camera setup at the back and dual cameras on the front. The display is thought to offer a resolution of 2560 x 1600, an upgrade over the 2,048 x 1,536 display on the Tab S3.
The fingerprint scanner is also said to be getting a new home. We can't say anything with any certainty at this point, but we've heard from our own trusted sources that Samsung is spicing things up in 2019.