Galaxy Note 9 LEAK: Samsung shares a photo of the & # 039; phablet & # 039; one week before the release date

Samsung has accidentally released images of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 on its own website. The image of the phone was emblazoned on the website and was accompanied by the slogan "Say Hello to the Superpower".

Samsung accidentally posted an image of its upcoming Galaxy Note 9 phone on its own website.

The image, which revealed the finished design of the smartphone not yet announced, was quickly removed from the site.

However, fans with eagle eyes could take screenshots of the official promotional image, which carries the slogan "say hello to the super powerful."

The Samsung image confirms a number of details about the smartphone that have been rumored for some time, including the fact that it will carry a 3.5mm headphone jack.

Apple generated controversy when it decided to leave the industry standard port with its range of iPhone in September 2016, a move that has been followed by other hardware manufacturers, including Google and HTC.

Samsung plans to formally present its Note 9 flagship smartphone during a launch event on August 9 in Brooklyn, New York.

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Samsung has accidentally released images of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 on its own website. The image of the phone was emblazoned on the website and was accompanied by the slogan "Say Hello to the Superpower".

Samsung has accidentally released images of the upcoming Galaxy Note 9 on its own website. The image of the phone was emblazoned on the website and was accompanied by the slogan "Say Hello to the Superpower".

The image published by Samsung shows the Note 9 phablet placed face down on a surface, with the updated yellow S Pen stylus on its back.

Confirm that the phone of the South Korean company will replace the fingerprint sensor under the dual camera system.

Previous models have placed the scanner to the right of the camera, however, users complained that it was difficult to reach the position, especially for left-handed users.

Filtered images, which were shared by series advisor Evan Blass in Twitter, also confirm that Note 9 will have a double camera and an updated S-Pen.

Samsung also seems to be focused on the performance of its new phone, with the slogan "Say Hello To Super Power". above the image.

Previous rumors suggest that the Note 9 will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845, along with 6GB of RAM.

Before the launching event of August 9, there have been a number of rumors about the fact that the phone is circulating online.

One of the most intriguing leaks that emerged in recent weeks suggests that the release of Note 9 will coincide with the launch of the Fortnite video game on Android.

The successful survival shooter looks set to debut in the mobile operating system next month, as part of an exclusive agreement to help promote the launch of Samsung's latest flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 9.

Fortnite is supposedly only available to owners of Galaxy Note 9 during the first 30 days after the title is launched on Android, experts say.

After the 30-day exclusivity agreement expires, Fortnite can be downloaded for free from the Google Play Store.

The snapshots, revealed by the remarkable filtered phone Evan Blass on Twitter, also show that the Note 9 will have a fingerprint sensor mounted on the back, a dual camera with switch and an updated S-Pen

The snapshots, revealed by the remarkable filtered phone Evan Blass on Twitter, also show that the Note 9 will have a fingerprint sensor mounted on the back, a dual camera with switch and an updated S-Pen

The snapshots, revealed by the remarkable filtered phone Evan Blass on Twitter, also show that the Note 9 will have a fingerprint sensor mounted on the back, a dual camera with switch and an updated S-Pen

Rumors about the phone's specifications have abounded for weeks, and speculation is heating up as the release date approaches.

Rumors about the phone's specifications have abounded for weeks, and speculation is heating up as the release date approaches.

Rumors about the phone's specifications have abounded for weeks, and speculation is heating up as the release date approaches.

Those who try to consult the official image of Galaxy Note 9 will now see the previous warning, since the link was quickly removed by Samsung.

Those who try to consult the official image of Galaxy Note 9 will now see the previous warning, since the link was quickly removed by Samsung.

Those who try to consult the official image of Galaxy Note 9 will now see the previous warning, since the link was quickly removed by Samsung.

The video game, created by the developer Epic Games, has become a worldwide sensation and has gathered more than 125 million players around the world.

However, anonymous sources who talk to both 9to5Google and XDA Developers say that Fortnite will be launched at the launch of Android along with the next Samsung phone.

Samsung plans to make a hardware announcement at Brooklyn Center in New York for its next flagship smartphone, the Galaxy Note 9, on August 9, 2018.

The South Korean firm sent invitations by email to the event, known as Unpacked, last month.

An exclusive partnership between the creator of Fortnite Epic Games and Samsung is supposed to see any fan who pre-orders the Note 9 receive between $ 76 and £ 115 ($ 100 and $ 150) in value of V-Bucks, 9to5 Google Reports.

The Samsung Note 9 will replace the Note 8 as the first-class smartphone of the South Korean firms.

An exclusive agreement with Fortnite could be the clearest indication so far that the main objective of Samsung with the Note 9 is to advance more in the field of mobile games.

According to anonymous sources who spoke with the technology blog XDA Developers, Samsung will highlight the function of the included optical pen, known as S Pen, in mobile gaming experiences.

WHAT WERE THE FIRST PRINTS OF MAILONLINE OF THE GALAXY NOTE 8?

In general, the phone seems capable of exchanging Note's reputation after the Galaxy Note 7 disaster.

Samsung focused on high quality where it matters, such as camera and memory.

Prioritized a soft and functional phone with the best of the best for each function instead of adding too many unnecessary bells and whistle-like additions.

Each new feature seems something that users would really use.

The screen really feels unlimited.

In general, the phone seems capable of exchanging Note's reputation after the disaster of last year.

In general, the phone seems capable of exchanging Note's reputation after the disaster of last year.

In general, the phone seems capable of exchanging Note's reputation after the disaster of last year.

The S Pen is noticeably more accurate than the previous one, our reporter found

The S Pen is noticeably more accurate than the previous one, our reporter found

The S Pen is noticeably more accurate than the previous one, our reporter found

Holding it, I can not believe how elegant and light it is because of its perceived size.

It certainly deceives you. The screen is really massive and could allow users to perform tasks that previously were cumbersome in smartphones.

With this device, fewer people will use their laptops, I suppose.

It feels thinner than the iPhone Plus, but not for an extreme amount.

However, if you consider the massive screen space, you feel much, much thinner and lighter for the size than the iPhone.

The S Pen is noticeably more accurate than the previous one.

To color a graphic of the city of New York in PenUp, it is really difficult to color outside the lines.

My new favorite feature is Live Focus.

Samsung cameras have always been of great quality and have produced amazing photos, but the depth provided by this feature makes this phone is the closest to a professional camera that I have seen from any smartphone.

It is the ability to focus on a point in the foreground while blurring the background makes the images are incredible.

Sage Lazzaro

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