Samsung released an official image of the gadget on which it is shown from the back side.
The camera tech inside the Note 9 is reportedly matching the dual-lens 12MP + 12MP rear facing snapper found on the Galaxy S9 Plus.
Samsung also touts the "all day battery" on the Galaxy Note9.
In addition to the fresh render leaked by Blass, the first hands-on images of the Galaxy Note 9 have been on SlashLeaks. Will the massive storage capability tempt you to get a Samsung Galaxy Note 9? The phone is available with 16 GB of internal storage.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to come with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor or the latest Exynos chip, depending on the region. A poster leaked by Twitter user Ice Universe also recently, though it highlighted the new Galaxy Note model in Purple colour. Neither phone will have an in-screen fingerprint sensor though - this will have to wait until next year. The precise mAh measure is not mentioned in the video, but this should serve as evidence that the Note 9 will be getting a bigger battery compared to its predecessor. There is a notch at the top of the display with the P20 Pro, something you likely won't find on the Note 9, but it can be hidden with software for a seamless look. More details of this device will be revealed when Samsung officially announces them at the August 9 event.
So expect something new and not just smartphone when Samsung visits the IFA 2018 event.