Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Technology | By Russell Knight

This Is the Galaxy Note 9's New S Pen

This Is the Galaxy Note 9's New S Pen

Well, Samsung phones are hardly well-kept secrets, and we've already witnessed a wide variety of reports that spoiled all the mysteries of this phone.

China-based leakster Ice Universe has posted what appears to be a promotional flyer for the upcoming Samsung flagship. The Polish market is tipped to receive the Galaxy Note 9 in three color options such as black, purple and blue.

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The poster may show just the back side of the phone, but it's enough to reveal plenty of details.

With less than a month to go before Samsung launches the Galaxy Note 9 at an event held in NY on August 9th; promotion material has leaked showing the handset in a bold blue and yellow color scheme that ties up neatly with previously leaked images.

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The forced perspective of the render we see here, if it is apocryphal, suggests that the fingerprint sensor will fall close under the horizontally-oriented dual-camera module this year. The handset includes a bottom-firing speaker, USB Type-C connector, pinhole mic, headphone port, and what is presumably the holder for the stylus. The new S Pen is supposed to pack Bluetooth connectivity and a battery of its own. It all matches previous rumors.

As for the S Pen, it looks pretty similar to the one on the Galaxy Note 8, apart from the new yellow colour.

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