The Samsung Galaxy lineup of smartphones is not exactly cheap, but the devices haven’t made a huge distinction in preference regarding income levels before.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is all set to get unveiled on August 9 at an official launch event scheduled by Samsung.
The final image shows the S Pen of the Galaxy Tab S3 (L) and that of the Galaxy Tab S4 (R) side by side. Notably, despite being the White colour model, the tablet has the front panel in Black – identical to the Black version of the Galaxy Tab S4. You can also see that the Galaxy Tab S4 will ship with AKG audio, which is not surprising, as AKG is now owned by Samsung. It makes the high-tech pen look more streamlined – we approve.
Apart from the Note 9, the Galaxy S9 and S9 Plus will also come sporting design cues similar to their now available versions S8 and S8 Plus, respectively.
The only difference on the front is the slightly slimmer bottom chin.
Meanwhile, Android Headlines released a render earlier in July, suggesting that the Galaxy Tab S4’s bezels would be thinner than those on the Tab S3, with the buttons below the screen omitted. We haven’t seen many high-quality renders of the device and the one above is supposed to be an official press image. The aforementioned match the specs of the previous model, although it may be that the cameras will receive some updated technology, as well as the chipset most likely being the Snapdragon 845 (USA and China) rather than the 835.
Rest assured both the Galaxy Note 9 variants will offer pretty same performance and long battery life. As per the listing, the tablet 10.5-inch display with a resolution of 2560 x 1600 pixel. There is a single camera back there, though. The Galaxy S10 believed to be lined up for a January launch will pack tons of exciting new tech such as a new optical fingerprint sensor embedded right under the display.