There has been absolutely no shortage of Galaxy Note 9 leaks and even though the official event is due to take place tomorrow, it appears that we’ll continue to see more right up till the launch day. A new live image has surfaced online from China today which shows off the Galaxy Note 9 in blue.

There’s a chance that this hue might be called Deepsea Blue like it is for the Galaxy S9. The image shows a familiar-looking device as many live images and renders of the Galaxy Note 9 have already been leaked online.

It only reiterates the fact that there won’t be a lot of design changes to look forward to. The Galaxy Note 9 is going to look at lot like the predecessor. One big giveaway is the housing for the dual camera system.

It still has the horizontal placement like its predecessor but the housing itself looks different. The lenses of the variable aperture dual rear camera also make it evident that this isn’t the Galaxy Note 8. Perhaps the biggest noticeable design change is that the fingerprint sensor is now located below the camera sensors and not alongside them.

Samsung will officially unveil the Galaxy Note 9 at an event in New York City tomorrow. It will confirm pricing and availability information of its new flagship at the event.

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