The front-facing camera, iris scanner, assorted sensors, LED, and earpiece are in the same spots they were in the Galaxy Note 8.
Users should dive into Home screen settings and if a Portrait mode only toggle has appeared, the feature is available on your device. Note 9 is expected to be powered by 1.8 GHz octa-core processor and on board storage of 64 GB with the option of expandable memory by up to 2 TB. It will ship with Android 8.1 Oreo.
Samsung fans will not have to wait long to see whether the Note 9 will mark a return of the handy homescreen feature.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is approaching its announcement date and, as is now the norm with hot phones, it's being leaked left and right. In any case, I imagine Samsung is keeping its big redesigns for next year's Note 10, because 10 is a special number and all.
Okay, it's not an optical illusion, like the aforementioned dress, because the "white" refers to the rear of the device and the new S Pen.