A new leak suggests Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 9 will follow the Galaxy S9’s lead. We’ve heard rumblings over the past few months that the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to feature a design just like last year’s Galaxy Note 8.
Now, however, a source that has been reliable many times in the past has shared what is believed to be the first image of Samsung’s upcoming next-generation Galaxy Note handset.
The image above was posted on Twitter Thursday morning by Ice universe, who has leaked accurate information and images of unreleased smartphones many times in the past. The image appears to be the first render of Samsung’s new Galaxy Note 9, and it looks almost exactly like the Galaxy Note 8 from 2017.
The bezels above and below the display may be slightly narrower than they are on the Note 8, which would again follow the same pattern as the Galaxy S9 as compared to the S8. The overall shape and design of the Note 9 is largely unchanged, however.
“Samsung was lazy in 2018 and I concluded that Note9 will not change much,” the anonymous leaker write in the tweet that accompanied the image above. “This is just a small adjustment to Note8.”
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to feature the same general specs and Super Speed Dual Pixel camera as the Galaxy S9 Plus.