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Here’s the Samsung Galaxy Note9 in Coral Blue and a look at its retail box

The Samsung Galaxy Note9 will launch in five color variants – Black, Silver, Lilac Purple, Brown and Coral Blue and this recent render shows what the latter will look like.

The Coral Blue variant is a lighter shade of Blue than the Deep Sea Blue we’ve seen on the Galaxy Note8. Design-wise the render shows the same changes we’ve seen from other renders and leaks – with the repositioned fingerprint scanner under the camera module on the back. The front appears the same.

Samsung Galaxy Note9 in Coral Blue, image credit: MySmartPrice

Samsung Galaxy Note9 in Coral Blue

The rendered phone shows a date of August 24 on its homescreen which could be a nod to the Note9’s US market debut date.

Update: The retail box is most likely fake, so disregard at this point. In any case we already have a very good idea what the specs of the Galaxy Note9 will be and it will likely carry the same retail box contents as the Galaxy S9/S9+, outside of the S Pen.

In related news, a new unboxing video has surfaced which looks to show the Galaxy Note9’s retail box.

The video shows a typical Samsung black retail box with the phone name etched in Blue. The highlighted specs are listed on the back of the box – the screen size, the dual 12MP camera, the wireless charging abilities, the IP68 water proofing.

Interestingly there’s no mention of AKG-tuned stereo speakers, which could mean there won’t be stereo speakers or that the retail box is fake or a rehashed Note8 box.

In any case, the accessories inside are identical to what you’d find in a Galaxy Note8 box – AKG earphones, Adaptive Fast Charger, USB-C cable, USB-C dongle for file transfers and the phone itself.

We know that Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note9 at an event on August 9 and we’re expecting the event to feature new tablets and wearables.

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News credit : Gsmarena

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