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The last render shows off the back of the Galaxy Tab S4 and its white color.

First up, we have a new render of the Galaxy Note 9's front panel via the folks over at AndroidHeadlines.

This is apparently what the Note 9 will look like.

If you're a Samsung fan and it's excitement you're looking for, you've already stopped caring about the Galaxy Note 9 and turned your attention to the Galaxy S10.

We still aren't sure when the Galaxy Tab S4 will be announced or how much it'll cost, but with IFA coming up this August, that's likely where we'll see Samsung unveil all of these important details.

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While no official Note 10 specifications have been released by Honor, the handset is expected to have a HiSilicon Kirin 970 SoC processor (that's the same octa-core 2.36GHz CPU lodged in the Honor 10) paired with 6/8GB of RAM, and 128GB of internal storage space.

A fingerprint reader on the back seems the most logical, but there's also rumors Samsung might embed the fingerprint reader underneath the screen.

Most notably, the bottom bezel (or rather the chin) below the display is slightly smaller than that on the Note 8.

Though the Note 9's exterior might look virtually identical to the Note 8, Samsung's own Unpacked invitation suggests we could see some kind of major change made to the S Pen stylus. Instead, the Galaxy S10 is expected to be Samsung's first smartphone to feature an optical fingerprint sensor embedded under the display. Samsung might also bump up the battery to 4,000 mAh, a significant increase from the Note 8's conservative 3,300 mAh.

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