In addition, the Samsung Galaxy S10 Plus would have a front-facing camera that will apparently feature a standard camera sensor along with a secondary front-facing shooter for Portrait Mode selfies.
We already know when Samsung will be officially unveiling the Galaxy Note 9. The render also highlights the optional keyboard cover that looks similar to the keyboard cover of the Galaxy Tab S3 that was launched in February a year ago. The first render shows us the Galaxy Tab S4 hooked up to a keyboard attachment which will likely be sold separately. With it, Samsung's Galaxy Tab S4 should be able to go against Apple's iPad Pro, although the price should be considerably lower. There is also the S Pen leaning against the tab.
The Galaxy S10 series isn't coming out until next year, and, there are going to be lot more reports and leaks surfacing online in the coming days, so take all of them with a pinch of salt. The devices are expected to be powered by Google's operating system for wearable devices.
In fact, the looks can be considered to be much on the same lines as the Note 8, which boils down to even the same exact placement of the key components.
A fingerprint reader on the back seems the most logical, but there's also rumors Samsung might embed the fingerprint reader underneath the screen. The leaked image indicates that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will have many similarities with its predecessor, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in terms of design elements. The S Pen stylus is also pictured here, and this image reveals the back side of the device as well, showing its single camera, and an LED flash.
Meanwhile, Android Headlines released a render earlier in July, suggesting that the Galaxy Tab S4's bezels would be thinner than those on the Tab S3, with the buttons below the screen omitted.