The Journal also reports that we can expect Samsung to launch an Apple HomePod competitor around the same time: a $300 speaker powered by Samsung's smart assistant, Bixby. Separately, a couple of hands-on images of the upcoming Galaxy Note model has been leaked. First reported by SamMobile, the front and the back of the Galaxy Note 9 can be seen, alongside the revamped S Pen. The Galaxy Note 9 on its own isn't likely to make waves, but perhaps a rebranded smartwatch with fresh new features and interactivity with the Galaxy smartphone line will reinvigorate the fan base.
This isn't a bad thing - the Galaxy Note 8 is a very nice-looking smartphone.
The Galaxy Note 9 price leak arrived alongside a new Galaxy Note 9 image tweeted by prolific leaker Evan Blass. With the disappointing Galaxy 9 sales, the company executives are pushing for a new product that will ensure a long-term boost in demand for its handset business, with the project being one of its top priorities at the moment.
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The image also highlights that the Galaxy Note 9 will not ditch the 3.5mm audio jack and will sport a dual rear camera setup just like the past year launched Galaxy Note 8. This sits below the camera setup - all this has been seen before.
Contrary to the rumours, the Galaxy Tab S4 won't have an in-screen fingerprint sensor. This device looks similar to the one in today's other Note 9 leak, complete with dual rear cameras and a fingerprint reader below them. That way you can have a new Note FE without the problems that came with its original presentation as the Galaxy Note 7.
As per the images, the Galaxy Note 9 appears to have taken the design cues from its predecessor, the Note 8 (review).
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