Samsung Samsung Galaxy Note 9 May Arrive in Burgundy Red Variant Courtesy of Leaked Render By Somnath Brahma Posted on June 13, 2018 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Samsung is expected to launch the next device in the Galaxy Note series fairly soon. Dubbed as the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, the device has been a subject of rumors and leaks ever since the Samsung Galaxy S9 was launched at the MWC 2018. Now a new concept photo of the phone in Burgundy Red color has appeared online. The render has been posted by folks at SamsungMobile.News on Twitter and has been reportedly designed by them. Image Courtesy: SamsungMobile.News The South Korean tech giant is expected to unveil the Galaxy Note 9 sometime in August this year and it doesn’t come as a surprise that the concept designs of the phone come with similarities with the Samsung Galaxy S9 that was launched early this year and the Galaxy Note 8 launched last year. However since the designs do not come from an official source, the news should be taken with a pinch of salt. The leaked render indicate a design element that is very similar to the previous line of smartphones released by the company. As per the render, the volume rocker key and the power key are placed on the left side of the smartphone. The Bixby button can be seen on the right side of the device. The back panel shows the presence of a dual camera module with twin tone LED flash and a heart rate monitor. The back panel comes with a glass design. A rectangular fingerprint scanner has been placed just below the camera module followed by the Samsung branding in silver. The device has very thin bezels on the top and bottom to house the front-facing camera and the earpiece while the sides do not seem to have any bezels. Previously @OnLeaks had leaked a couple of renders and a 360-degree video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The leaked images courtesy of 91Mobiles had suggested that the upcoming flagship device has many design elements similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 8. Also since the Samsung Galaxy S9 did not feature many upgrades from its predecessor, the company may follow the same policy with the Note 9 and may not bring any major upgrades in its design.