Leaked Case Image of Galaxy Note 9 Reveals Fingerprint Sensor Placed Below the Camera


After releasing the renders of Samsung Galaxy Note 9, it is possible that many of those who were waiting anxiously for the launch might have lost their interest. We know the reason behind losing the interest is losing its flagship features. However, it will come with some significant design changes, which is leaked by a famous source. Just recently Galaxy Note 9 Reveals Fingerprint Sensor Placed Below the Camera. Leaked Case Image of Galaxy Note 9 Reveals Fingerprint Sensor Placed Below the Camera.

Leaked Case Image of Galaxy Note 9

The new leak is confirmed from no one other than Ice Universe, who showed that the Korean tech giant has relocated the fingerprint sensor below the camera.

The new leaked design show the same horizontal camera array but Samsung has slightly fixed the ergonomics by moving the fingerprint sensor below the shooters. Last year, people were not happy about the scanner placement of Note 8 and S8 that was right next to the camera. No doubt, it was very difficult to use.


The new design also shows a ‘mysterious’ fourth button on its sides. It is an addition to the usual volume button, Bixby launcher and power button.

Many tech Savvys commented that it will be a camera shutter, however, no one is sure about it.

The future successor to flagship Note series does perhaps not look like a significant design overhaul compared to the Note 8, however, it is sure to pack some technology that is latest.

Anyhow, we can’t say anything with surety, there can also be a possibility that maybe this leak is wrong, maybe Samsung has more ambitious plans. We can still expect something good from Samsung Galaxy Note 9 until it officially launches on 8th August.

Also Read: Galaxy Note 9 Leak Confirms Bad Surprise for Samsung Fans with these Render Images: Updated

Fizza Atique

Fizza Atique is a Tech writer specializing in the intersection of tech and culture. She likes photography, VR, electronic music, coffee, and baking.
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