As can be seen in the image above, the Note 9's front will be similar to that of the Note 8, with minimal changes to the bezels on the bottom of the phone, which have been slightly reduced relative to the bezels present on the bottom of the Note 8. My reasoning for this is that Samsung won't want the Tab S4, or the Galaxy Gear smartwatch for that matter, to take any attention away from the Galaxy Note 9 launch. The more likely scenario is that we'll see the Tab S4 announced at IFA in Berlin, but at this stage of the game we're betting we'll be surprised by Samsung. Yea, a new design would be nice but. where to?
Interestingly, the biggest remaining questions surrounding the Galaxy S10 pertain to the phone's design. We can't say anything with any certainty at this point, but we've heard from our own trusted sources that Samsung is spicing things up in 2019. The Note 8 already has non-existant side bezels and super-thin "forehead and chin".
The phone will also reportedly have a 5.8 inch display and the Galaxy S10 Plus will have a 6.2 inch display. No, Samsung isn't bringing back the home button.
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This is because Samsung will have an "entry-level" Galaxy S10 option, which will exclude an in-display fingerprint reader - expected in the other two models.
The smartphone manufacturer expected to launch three devices, Galaxy S10 (Beyond 0), Galaxy S10 Plus (Beyond 1), Galaxy S10 Plus (Beyond 2). This is the same strategy Apple is using with its 2018 iPhone lineup. Is it going to be side-mounted or will there be a fingerprint reader at all?