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Samsung might not have learnt its lesson from the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco

9 monthes ago   |   By WMPoweruser

Everyone remembers what happened to Galaxy Note 7 just after its launch. The device's failure resulted in the revenue loss of more than $17 billion. However, it looks like the company might not have learnt its lesson from the whole fiasco. A couple of photos of the alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 9 made its way to...
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Galaxy Note 9 double leak: All out in the open

Galaxy Note 9 double leak: All out in the open

9 monthes ago   |   By SlashGear

Today a couple of major leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 basically revealed the entirety of the company's secrets. True, we do not know how the S Pen is charged, and, true, we're not one hundred percent sure of the version of Android the phone will have right out the gate. But I mean, look, what's leaked has been...
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 press photo shows yellow isn't a bad color choice

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 press photo shows yellow isn't a bad color choice

9 monthes ago   |   By Phone Arena

The Galaxy Note 9 looks a lot like the last year Note 8, but Samsung has a few surprises under its sleeve. If you haven't yet seen the promo poster that leaked last week, here is a much better look at the front and back of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9.
Apart from the almost identical shape, the Galaxy Note 9 and Note 8 have one other thing in common: they both come with an S Pen. However, the Note 9's advanced stylus has an unusual color: yellow.
As you can see from the image shared by Evan Blass, the bottom of the S Pen has the same color as the back of the phone to make blend within ...
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More Samsung Galaxy Note 9 images have leaked out

More Samsung Galaxy Note 9 images have leaked out

9 monthes ago   |   By PhoneDog

Just can't wait for the Galaxy Note 9 to make its official debut next month? The rumor mill is here to help.
A new render that allegedly shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has leaked out. Shared by Evan Blass , the image shows the front and back of a Galaxy Note 9, complete with a dual rear camera setup and a new rear fingerprint reader placement compared to the Note 8. We can also see a yellow S Pen stylus, which lines up with previous leaks and Samsung's own Note 9 event invitation .
Meanwhile, Twitter user MMDDJ has shared a couple of photos that may show the Galaxy Note 9 in the real...
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First Samsung Galaxy Note 9 pictures leaked on Twitter

9 monthes ago   |   By Pocketnow

Enter and see the leaked images of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 thanks to some tweets and the answer given by Samsung after its CEO was seen with the device
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Blue Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Leaks With Yellow-Gold S Pen

9 monthes ago   |   By Android Headlines

A render depicting what appears to be a blue variant of Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 accompanied by a yellow-gold S Pen appeared online earlier today, having been obtained by well-known industry insider Evan Blass. The image that can be seen above provides another look at the brightly colored stylus Samsung already teased earlier this month as part of its reveal of the Galaxy Note 9's announcement date.
While a number of previous leaks and reports indicated Samsung's Coral Blue color will be making a return with the Galaxy Note 9 lineup, most recent rumors suggest that while a blue variant of...
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This is our best look at the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 yet

9 monthes ago   |   By ZDnet

It was only a matter of time before we got a really good look at the upcoming phone.
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A yellow Galaxy Note 9 S Pen? Leak teases Samsung's wild new color

A yellow Galaxy Note 9 S Pen? Leak teases Samsung's wild new color

9 monthes ago   |   By TechRadar

We know the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is coming August 9, and now we've got one more solid hint at what it's going to look like. The latest leak from Evan Blass, who leaks phone renders left and right, shows a redesigned Note 9 and S Pen in line with other leaks. Blass's Galaxy Note 9 image was tweeted in responses to a caption-less photo posted by Marques Brownlee of the back of a jet engine that looks similar to the tip of a pen.
This leak further highlights Samsung's commitment to this yellow S Pen, which we've seen in other leaks and even in Samsung's official Note 9 launch invitation. The...
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Samsung CEO Spotted Using Galaxy Note 9 In Public

Samsung CEO Spotted Using Galaxy Note 9 In Public

9 monthes ago   |   By Know your mobile

Richard Goodwin 17/07/2018 - 9:34am
DJ Koh spotted rocking the as-yet-unannounced Galaxy Note 9 in public
Samsung's CEO DJ Koh has been spotted testing out the Galaxy Note 9 in public, ahead of the handset's official launch.
We already know quite a bit about the handset, following a multitude of leaks over the past few months, and now we've actually seen the handset in the wild.
As you can see in the image below, the handset has a different camera housing to that of the Galaxy Note 8.
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The fingerprint sensor is now located beneath the camera unit as well - this will make it...
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Leaked photos reveal the front and back of the Note 9

Leaked photos reveal the front and back of the Note 9

9 monthes ago   |   By MobileSyrup

A new leak from /Leaks shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 in all its glory. According to the leaked photos posted on the /Leaks twitter account and website , the Note 9 will look very similar to the Note 8. The device features a nearly edge-to-edge display like its older sibling. Additionally, the phone has two rear cameras. Furthermore, the fingerprint sensor has moved. Instead of sitting beside the cameras, the sensor resides below the cameras. It also appears that the front and rear of the device is glass. My personal favourite touch is the big sticker on the back that says “No photo...
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New Samsung Galaxy Note9 press render and live images leak

New Samsung Galaxy Note9 press render and live images leak

9 monthes ago   |   By GSMArena

That leaked Galaxy Note9 promotional poster from last week was legit, as it turns out - complete with yellow/gold S Pen shipping with the blue version of the phone. This has been confirmed today by the image you can see below, a press render of the upcoming device shared by none other than Evan Blass, a.k.a. evleaks.
The render further cements the fact that the fingerprint sensor on the back gets a new positioning, but the Note9 will definitely not be loved by OCD sufferers, with the misaligned mess you can spot in the camera island on the rear. One sensor is bigger than the other,...
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Galaxy Note 9 press image leak gives us our best look yet at Samsung's new flagship

Galaxy Note 9 press image leak gives us our best look yet at Samsung's new flagship

9 monthes ago   |   By TheBoyGeniusReport

With just a few weeks to go until Samsung takes the stage in New York City to unveil the Galaxy Note 9, it looks like there might not be anything left to unveil. Just hours after the Samsung CEO himself was spotted using a Note 9 in public , leaker extraordinaire Evan Blass shared a new press image of the smartphone which gives us our clearest look yet at its design and features while simultaneously confirming countless rumors and reports.
First and foremost, the camera housing has been modified in order to accommodate the movement of the fingerprint sensor. In theory, the sensor will be...
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Galaxy Note 9 gets leaked in a full press render, fingerprint scanner still on board

9 monthes ago   |   By Talk Android

Evan Blass has managed to sneak everyone a look at Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 9 with a full press render, confirming a few details and design changes. The most striking feature is probably that yellow-accented S-Pen, which looks really slick, but there's a few other things on the backside that are worth mentioning. This particular...
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New leak shows Golden S Pen with the upcoming Galaxy Note 9

9 monthes ago   |   By WMPoweruser

Samsung is almost ready to announce the Galaxy Note 9 next month in New York. We already know pretty much everything about the device, thanks to all the leaks. However, the upcoming S Pen is rumoured to be better than the existing one and might also have new features. Today trusted insider, Evan Blass shared...
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaked photo looks legit - CNET

9 monthes ago   |   By CNET

At least the bright yellow stylus won't get lost in your bag.
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