The all-new S Pen for the latest Galaxy Tab model has also been leaked in a separate render comparing its aesthetics with the S Pen of last year's Galaxy Tab S3. Overnight the leaks have continued thanks to an Android Headlines source.
AndroidHeadlines says the image was provided by a reliable source and is thought to be an official render that we will probably see in marketing materials in the coming weeks.
The Galaxy Note 9 unveiling is fast approaching and rumors about its alleged specs and design abound.
The reveal, which sees Honor totally skip the Note 9 in its series of phablets (the last Honor Note was the 2016 Note 8), will no-doubt raise eyebrows at Samsung, which is gearing up for the launch of its Galaxy Note 9 device in August 9 at its Galaxy Unpacked event. That is a lot earlier than the Note 8 which got released on September 15th past year, and insiders are claiming that Samsung wants a head start on Apple's 2018 iPhones that are likely to hit the tape in mid-September.
Raheem Sterling at heart of England World Cup bid despite goal drought
Beckham and Sir Geoff Hurst, though, defended Sterling's displays after the quarter-final win against Sweden. And to outdo the mighty Croatians, the Three Lions will certainly need their number 10 to perform his best.
The display is expected to be 6.4 inches, slightly bigger than the Note 8 which obviously means either smaller bezels or a smaller phone.
Each in-display fingerprint module will cost $15, which is more than seven times the price of the normal fingerprint sensor Samsung has used in its previous phones, BGR reported.
With the announcement on August 10 (AU time) in NY it is not long until all will be revealed but you can be sure this leak by Android Headlines will not be the last one we see before then.