Looking at the previous model, there's a chance that pre-orders in Malaysia could begin within the same month. But still, the complete render concept does give a unusual look. The noticeable difference is at the back where the fingerprint sensor is now moved below the camera module. Murtazin has revealed that with new algorithms onboard and improved optical image stabilization, the dual cameras are able to deliver better photography experience. This includes its variable aperture feature and Samsung could introduce further improvements with a newer generation of ISOCELL cameras. The tipster highlighted that the new model has a similar curved Super AMOLED-backed "Infinity Display" panel that debuted on its predecessor back in August past year.
In the US and South Korea, the Galaxy Note 9 is said to have a Qualcomm SoC, while its global versions will come with an Exynos SoC. Murtazin also stated that base version of the device would have 6GB of RAM and 128GB of onboard storage, though it would also come in 8GB RAM and 256GB storage as well as 8GB RAM and 512GB storage configurations. Rest of the market could be treated with its Exynos 9810 variant. Storage as standard will be 128GB with 6GB of RAM, but there will also be 8GB/256GB and 8GB/512GB versions as well. The handset will be arriving with 6 GB of RAM and 128 GB of storage.
Are you looking forward to Samsung unveiling the Galaxy Note 9 with a new and improved S Pen? Also, we also noticed that the S-Pen's clicker is blue in colour, which is the same blue background in the video.
The Xiaomi Mi A1 is powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 625 SoC, and comes with 4GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage.
These updates are now going out over the air, so if you've got a Galaxy S7 or Galaxy S7 edge, keep an eye out for your update over the coming days.