SAMSUNG'S NEXT SMARTWATCH will debut alongside the Galaxy Note 9 on 9 August, according to a report from ZDNet Korea. The link asks customers to leave their details to be contacted by Vodafone once the Note 9 is officially unveiled.
Then for the other two, the Galaxy S10 and S10+ should look more or less the same as the current generation with a 5.8-inch and 6.4-inch curved Infinity Display, along with the aforementioned in-display fingerprint scanner. The render also shows the new S Pen that is said to include various enhancements, including the rumoured Bluetooth connectivity support. This device looks similar to the one in today's other Note 9 leak, complete with dual rear cameras and a fingerprint reader below them. The Galaxy Note 8 is a very nice smartphone. The invitation hints to vibrantly colored S Pens that come with the new Galaxy Note devices, and some rumors claim the Galaxy Note 9 itself will come in a variety of similarly vibrant colors. Recently, Samsung CEO DJ Koh was spotted using the new Galaxy Note handset at a media briefing that suggested the all-new fingerprint sensor placement. The S Pen will come with a button placed on its surface along with a clicker at the bottom as shown in the image.
It's expected to have a 7-inch display that, when folded, features a camera on the back and a small display bar on the front. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be powered by either the Exynos 9810 or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor.
Nothing is official until Samsung says it is, but we've seen this alleged Note 9 design a few times now, so it's looking like this could be what the new flagship looks like.