The leaked poster further reveals a purple colour version of the alleged Galaxy Note 9 with an S Pen stylus in gold colourway placed on top. Also, the fact that Ice Universe, a well-known Samsung leaker, posted it on Twitter is one more reason to trust it. And bottom. And the S Pen.
While we've heard that Samsung is prepping bolder colors for this year's Note, we weren't expecting such a move. But unlike the previous leaks, the latest revelation shows the next-generation Galaxy Note in a close-up view that confirms the presence of a 3.5mm headphone jack. The report cites that due to slow Galaxy S9 sales, Samsung is supposedly planning to start sales for its new flagship on August 24 instead of August 31.
Kimi Raikkonen accepts blame for Lewis Hamilton clash
The Mercedes pair stayed out on harder medium tyres with Bottas now leading from Vettel and Hamilton third. Hamilton is going for a fifth straight victory and a record sixth overall in his home Formula One race.
As Samsung has confirmed, the launch event of the Galaxy Note 9 will be held on August 9 in NY. The side edges still retain Samsung's characteristic curves.
As a refresher, the Note9 is expected to come with a 6.4-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display, the Exynos 9810 or Snapdragon 845 at the helm, at least 6GB of RAM (but possibly up to 8), and a 4,000 mAh battery. Samsung particularly markets its Note handsets to users who want a device that can help them work on the go. Interestingly, the original Galaxy Note 9 invite that Samsung had sent to the media last month also sported the Gold-coloured S Pen.
Sacha Baron Cohen hits back in character at 'fake news' Sarah Palin
His 2006 faux documentary film "Borat" ridiculed Kazakhstan and Middle Americans. Walsh also called for a boycott of Showtime, a unit of CBS.
Update: Here's how the Galaxy Note 8's S Pen looks when shot from a similar angle.
Dead, 81 Missing, More Than 23000 Evacuated Due to Japan Floods
The figures are expected to substantially increase as municipal authorities have yet to finish assessing the scale of the damage. The United Nations said Secretary General Antonio Guterres had written to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe offering support.