A graphic designer just predicted the look of Samsung’s next Galaxy Note. It includes tiny bezels, in-screen fingerprint reader, lots of color choices and more.
The launch for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is just around the corner, and the Internet is making all kinds of speculations regarding the phone’s looks. Some alleged leaked images of the Note leaked online, but in the end, they turned out to be fake, so we have to wait a little more before we know how it looks.
Great concept of a Samsung Galaxy Note 9
The fact that no one knows yet how this new device will look didn’t stop various graphics designers to come up with their own ideas. For instance, Mushin M. Belaal Auckburaully from DBS Designing came up with a fantastic concept for the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. The concept involves a handset with sleek looks and curved edges just like the ones that are featured by the Samsung S9 and S9+. There is a pair of small top and bottom bezels, and no notch is included.
The concept also shows an in-display fingerprint reader with an on-screen prompt showing the user where the to place the fingerprint in order to unlock the device. The fingerprint reader is expected in either the Note 9 or the Samsung Galaxy S10.
On the phone’s back, the concept shows a pair of vertically aligned cameras along with the flash and heart rate monitor placed right next to them. There is also a selection of S-Pen styluses that come in a vast variety of colors just to make sure that they match the handsets.
Features and pricing rumors
Galaxy S Note 9 will be Samsung next flagship, and it will probably be priced around $929. The device has been benchmarked with predictably high scores and it will probably sport a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6GB of RAM and it will run Android 8.1