This again comes from serial Note 9 leaker Ice Universe, who posted the alleged poster on Twitter this morning. From what one can see, the supposed Galaxy Note 9 will come with dual cameras aligned horizontally similar to the one found on the Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung's much awaited "Galaxy Note 9" that is set to be unveiled in NY on August 9 has reportedly received approval from Chinese certification agency TENAA under the name "SM-N600". While we've heard rumors of a stylus upgrade prior to almost every Note launch, this time reports are a bit more specific.
The angle of the handset gives us a clear view of the base of the Galaxy Note 9, and reveals that nothing here is really changing from the Galaxy Note 8.
These rumored upgrades include a built-in laser pointer, controls for music, controls for the camera, Bluetooth support, among other features. As we get closer to Samsung's Unpacked press conference on August 9th, we're bound to see even more Note 9 leaks... like this one. Which leaves us with three possibilities. Either the image is fake, or Samsung has managed to remarkably fit all these features inside the current S-Pen's chassis or that all the rumors for an upgrade are false. But unlike the previous leaks, the latest revelation shows the next-generation Galaxy Note in a close-up view that confirms the presence of a 3.5mm headphone jack. This translates to around $1,158 Dollars. It's expected to hit the Polish market on August 24 with pre-orders starting on the same day of the annoucement - August 9.