New Samsung Galaxy SM-A460U Receives Bluetooth Certification

New Samsung Galaxy SM-A460U Receives Bluetooth Certification

New Samsung Galaxy SM-A460U Receives Bluetooth Certification

Things are hotting up at Samsung what with the mega Galaxy Note 9 device lined for launch on August 9.

Samsung released an official image of the gadget on which it is shown from the back side.

There is expected to be a dual camera on the rear with a fingerprint sensor positioned below it and the Infinity Display is likely to dominate the front, offering a curved screen with very minimal bezels.

While nothing is truly official until Samsung unveils the device on August 9, the rumor mill has been churning with leaks about the device for a long time.

We also see the USB Type-C post next to the stereo speaker and a 3.5mm headphone jack.

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It's just a few days more until the official launch of the brand new Galaxy Note9 - and it seems like someone can't wait for that day and decides to leak the introduction video. The same event, which will be held in NY, is also likely to be the place for the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Tab S4. Just like all the Samsung flagships, the Galaxy Note 9 has a glass back and an aluminum frame.

In addition to the fresh render leaked by Blass, the first hands-on images of the Galaxy Note 9 have been on SlashLeaks.

Inside the tablet, the device will be using the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 Octa Core processor, working up to speeds of 2.35GHz, with 4 GB of RAM. You do, of course, also have the "leaked" aspect. We've a teaser video about this already but now we know Samsung is seriously bagging on the Note9's battery life as a main feature highlight.

The Samsung Galaxy S9 was released in March, while the Galaxy Note9 is slated for a 24 August release, around two weeks from the upcoming 9 August reveal. There is a notch at the top of the display with the P20 Pro, something you likely won't find on the Note 9, but it can be hidden with software for a seamless look. It's been another excellent year for Samsung phones, and we're looking forward to what the company comes up with for 2019.

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