Samsung Galaxy J7 (2018) & Galaxy J3 (2018) Official: Two Affordable Mid-rangers

Yolanda Curtis
June 8, 2018

Onleaks claims that the Note 9 renders are based on factory CAD info, but it's worth noting that these aren't official Samsung renders.

Just looking at the renders, we can see a device that will obviously keep up with Samsung's Infinity Display design choice, keeping the small bezels and not adopting a notch design.

The design on the back of the Note 9 has been changed. The front of the phone is a lot like that of the Note 8. "The J3 delivers high-quality features at a great price, and the J7 with its huge HD screen and fantastic, advanced camera, is built for users who want more". If the renders are indeed accurate, the fingerprint sensors corroborate the rumors that the Galaxy Note 9 will not have in-display fingerprint scanner after all. Other than that, there's the standard USB-C and headphone ports at the bottom of the phone alongside the S Pen, a physical Bixby button under the volume rocker, and not much else to see. Unlike the current under-screen optical fingerprint sensor in the Huawei P20 Pro, this unit uses a physical button that partially sits under the screen. The phone reportedly measures 161.9 x 76.3 x 8.8mm, making it a bit thicker than the Note 8.

Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 is highly anticipated for many reasons. The Galaxy Note 9 will have a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED screen with a 2960 x 1440 resolution. Additionally, it will have a battery capacity that is in the rage 3,850-4,000mAh battery. There will be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor under the hood, 6GB of RAM, and up to 256GB of built-in storage.

We only know that the handsets will come to the U.S. in "early June" through carriers and select retailers and that the Galaxy J3 (2017) and Galaxy J7 (2017) launched for $149.99 and $219.99, respectively.

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