Samsung to soon introduce Galaxy Note 9 Pure White Color Variant; leaked online

Nov 5, 2018, 5:30 am

Moupiya D.

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A new color option for Samsung’s latest flagship Android smartphone has been leaked online. Leakster, Evan Blass has shared a render of what it looks like an all-new pure white color variant of the Galaxy Note 9. It seems that the company is planning to release yet another new color option.

The new image renders pops up in Pure White color variant along with a white colored S-Pen. If the pure white Galaxy Note 9 variant is indeed legitimate, it will be the first Samsung flagship smartphone since the Galaxy S7 duo to be offered in white.

In India, the Galaxy Note 9 is offered in four color variants; Metallic Copper, Lavender Purple, Ocean Blue, and Midnight Black. While the Metallic Copper, Ocean Blue, and Midnight Black colors were available since day one, the Lavender Purple variant was launched in India last month. There is no word yet on when the pure white Galaxy Note 9 color variant could be announced officially expecting more pop-ups to surface online very soon.

The image leaked showcases a dual camera set up along with the LED flash and the fingerprint sensor placed below them. It comes with a Super AMOLED 6.4-inch 1440 x 2960 pixels display along with a Gorilla Glass 5 on top.

Samsung will be introducing some major UI changes with the Pie update for the Galaxy Note 9 as well as the Galaxy S9 duo. Several stock Samsung apps such as Calculator, Samsung Notes, and Voice Recorder will have a revamped UI with the Pie update. The Samsung Calculator app in the Android 9 Pie based Samsung Experience 10 will have a black background instead of white in the current version.

In terms of availability, it is yet unclear whether it will be exclusive to selected markets such as the US or if Samsung plans to launch it in several markets around the world.

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