The biggest difference is apparently the position of the fingerprint sensor that has been moved from the vertical-positioned sensor next to the dual rear camera setup that was featured on the Galaxy Note 8 a year ago to a horizontal-oriented sensor.
In terms of specifications, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to feature a 6.3-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display. Samsung, on the other hand, is hinting at something other than a smartphone launch since it'll already be launching their Galaxy Note 9 on August 9 in Brooklyn, New York. The device will be powered by an Exynos 9810 chipset in most markets, while in the USA it will likely be powered by a Snapdragon 845 chipset. The render also shows the new S Pen that is said to include various enhancements, including the rumoured Bluetooth connectivity support.
Notably too, the Tab S4 works as an Android tablet while in DeX mode, giving you two screens to work from, or it can be used as a track or sketch pad while it's connected to an external monitor. This means the Note 9 will be one of the first mobiles to offer 1TB of storage. Recently, using the new Galaxy Note handset at a media briefing that suggested the all-new fingerprint sensor placement.
The Tab S4 will come with one USB 3.1 type C port, a 13 MP front-facing camera, and 8 MP rear-facing camera, and 64 GB of storage that can be upgraded with the available microSD port.
And hey - Samsung is still remains the 3.5mm audio jack at the bottom of the phone! It could also launch its new Galaxy Watch at the conference. The latest version of Bixby, Samsung's personal assistant is confirmed to be coming to the device and you'll also get all the additional features offered with the S Pen. In the past couple of days, we have seen a lot of hype for the official announcement of the smartphone. Why Samsung was forced to accelerate was all their in the news reports and its roll-out for the new Galaxy Note 9 flagship phone.