Treat your eyes with the Galaxy Note 9’s Coral Blue, Lilac Purple, Metallic Copper, and Midnight Black Renders


The day of the Galaxy Note 9’s release has finally arrived. Samsung will unveil the device at the Samsung Unpacked event taking place in the New York City. It looks like there is going be very little left for a surprise as the Note 9 comes out. Just now, a few hours before the Galaxy Note 9’s official unveiling, new renders of the device have popped up. The new renders look like the press renders of the phone. The Galaxy Note 9 can be seen in the Coral Blue, Lilac Purple, Metallic Copper and the Midnight Black colors. It won’t be wrong to say that out of the all the images of the Galaxy Note 9 that have leaked so far, these are the best ones. Have the best possible look at the Galaxy Note 9 for yourself.

Metallic Copper Galaxy Note 9

Coral Blue Galaxy Note 9

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is coming with massive improvements over its predecessor. The Galaxy Note 9 will have a 6.4-inch QHD+ display having 18:9 aspect ratio. Galaxy Note 9 will deploy a dual-rear camera with a 12MP sensor having adjustable aperture and another 12 MP sensor having the telephoto lens. This will be an AI-powered camera. The Galaxy Note 9 will also have an 8 MP shooter on the front. It will incorporate Samsung’s in-house Exynos 9810 CPU or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 CPU in some regions. The Galaxy Note 9 will have a RAM of 6 GB. Samsung is upgrading the internal storage from the previous 64 GB to 128 GB this time. The Note 9’s basic variant will have 128 GB storage. There is going to be another variant of the phone having 512 GB internal storage.

Midnight Black Galaxy Note 9

Lilac Purple Galaxy Note 9

Samsung is also raising the battery capacity. The Galaxy Note 9 will have a 4,000 battery under the hood. Galaxy Note 9 will run on Android Oreo out of the box. The phone will make the use of an HDMI cable to be connected to an external display. Users will not need the Samsung Dex pad anymore. Galaxy Note 9’s S-Pen is also going to be interesting. Samsung is making the S-Pen smart with the help of control features. The Bluetooth enabled S-Pen will be able to control the camera, music, and behavior of some applications running on your phone.

Almost everything about the Galaxy Note 9 has already leaked online. It would be really interesting to see if Samsung still has something which could actually surprise all the Galaxy fans. You can watch the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Event Livestream here.


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