The S Pen has a striking yellow finish - just like the snippet teased on the Note 9 launch event invite - while the handset itself is blue.
Other rumors say it will sport a bigger battery and that it will come with a rear-mounted fingerprint scanner as opposed to an in-display one, which fans have always been clamoring for. Which is expected but nonetheless somewhat disheartening to hear, especially with brands such as OPPO and Vivo finding new and ingenious ways to deliver a full-screen experience even without sporting a notch.
Fresh information from XDA Developers reveals that the Samsung Galaxy J6+ could be launched in the country. It will retain the 5.6 inch 1480×720 resolution 18.5:9 aspect ratio display but will add dual rear cameras. And considering the Note 9 will have a curved, nearly completely encompassing display, there doesn't look to be any gold or yellow hints. At. All.
Going by Samsung's teaser posts and several leaks, one of the major innovations of the Note 9 is expected to come with a "reimagined S Pen" or stylus. From what we can tell, the Tab S4 might just have topped its younger sibling, debuting a sleek new S Pen and a chalky white exterior.
Additionally, leaked renders suggested the fingerprint scanner would go below the camera setup. The S Pen is expected to feature Bluetooth, letting it act as a wireless remote controller for the camera shutter and other functions. It will be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 845 SoC (China and USA market) or in-house Exynos 9810 processor for other global markets including India.