At this stage there doesn't seem to be very much we don't know about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, but the leaks are still coming further proving that the leaks have been right all along. The latest is a pre-order page for one of the phone's cases, complete with renders of what seem to be the final phone.
Mobile Fun put up pre-order pages for Olixar Note 9 cases, and shockingly, the phone displayed is some sort of rectangle with a horizontal dual-camera system and a fingerprint scanner hiding underneath. Who would have thought?
The images show off the phone at various different angles, but honestly there isn't really anything we haven't heard about already. You can see the horizontal camera layout, as promised, along with the new fingerprint scanner located underneath, plus the range of ports that still include the 3.5mm headphone jack. As ever there's the four button layout, including the Bixby button nobody wants or asked for.
What is new, though, is the fact these are professional-looking renders rather than some made by a third party based on leaked information. While there's still a chance they may be wrong, SamMobile points out that Olixar's Note 8 renders were accurate, plus given how close we are to launch there's no reason for the company to use unofficial renders that weren't approved by Samsung itself.
You can expect more things like this to pop up in the coming weeks, especially as we get closer to the phones 9th August launch date. Here's just hoping we'll get to see some new interesting information rather than more renders corroborating the same old design. [SamMobile via TechRadar]