Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been spotted again in live images this time as reported by SamMobile. The front and back of the smartphone have been revealed in the pictures with the all-new S-pen from the company.

This same image also has been shared by the famous leaker Evan Blass on twitter with the caption ‘S-Pen ?’. The Galaxy Note 9 is going to release globally on August 9 in an event in New York. According to the leaked press image of the Galaxy Note 9, the smartphone looks exactly like the Galaxy Note 8 with a tall body and Infinity display.

The rear of the smartphone is way different than the previous Samsung Galaxy Note series smartphone. The dual camera setup is placed horizontally and below that is the fingerprint sensor. The smartphone might come with variable aperture feature just like the Galaxy S9+.

While the smartphone is all blue in color, the S-Pen is wearing a golden color with a matching Blue colored speck at the top. This S-pen sure looks cool and according to some leaks and rumors, the new S-pen will pack some amazing new features. According to a previous leak, the S-Pen will feature a Bluetooth radio to talk with the smartphone, it will also be able to control the music and other stuff on the Galaxy Note 9.

Galaxy Note 9 Features

According to recent leaks and rumors, the Galaxy Note 9 will feature a 6.38 inches Super AMOLED Infinity display. The smartphone will sport the Snapdragon 845 for US variant and Exynos 9810 for the global variant. The smartphone will feature 6GB or 8GB RAM with up to 512 GB of internal storage, the battery is also said to be 4000mAh this time.

The smartphone will be launched at a global event in New York on August 9.

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