Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been doing rounds of the rumor mill for quite some time now. As the launch time is inching closer, the leaks and half-baked reports are pouring in at an alarming rate. The smartphone also recently made an appearance on the benchmarking website, Geekbench. There are also reports that the device might launch in June.
While the rumor mill is churning out new information about the device, a concept design of the Note 9 by DBS Designing has surfaced. DBS Designing is known for making concept designs for the upcoming anticipated smartphones.
As the video suggests, the upcoming Note phablet will sport a different design compared to the recent Note 8. The concept design shows a more squared design on the front and rear panel, despite the presence of a curved glass panel. The video also shows a fingerprint sensor placed underneath the display.
As far as the specifications are concerned, The Galaxy Note 9 is said to come with a 6.3-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with an almost bezel-less screen.
Otherwise, the flagship device is said to use the same Exynos 9810 chipset or the Snapdragon 845 processor as the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+ based on the region. The other goodies expected to be seen on the Galaxy Note 9 are 6GB RAM and 64GB, 128GB or 256GB of internal storage space.
A report from The Korean Herald claims that Samsung will bring the new technology with its upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 9.
The Korea Herald's sources say, "Samsung Display has prepared three or four solutions for Samsung Electronics to embed the fingerprint sensor inside of the main display, and both are seriously considering one of the solutions," meaning that Samsung is very close to finalizing a solution. They went on to say, "The delay in deciding on the final concept for the Note 9 is due to the work in adopting the in-display fingerprint sensor. A final decision on adoption of the technology will be made by this month."
All rumors and reports will be put to rest when the company finally unveils the device. Until then, we request our readers to take this piece of information with a pinch of salt.