That's because the invite and Twitter posting thereof showed a bright yellow S Pen.
There are not many details available as of now, but the rumor around the block suggests it to be marketed as the Samsung Galaxy J2 Core, but without the full-fledged Android Go UI/UX, and may skin Samsung's custom ROM on top of Android.
While Samsung there is no definitive report about the launch time, we can only guess that official launch may be around the corner, as now that the smartphone has appeared on the FCC website.More news: Duchess Meghan Markle Admits She Misses 'Suits'
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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 surfaced again on the Web ahead of its August 9 launch. While we've heard rumors of a stylus upgrade prior to almost every Note launch, this time reports are a bit more specific.
The good news is that it looks like Samsung will be shifting the position of its fingerprint scanner that was terribly placed alongside the cameras on the Note 8, to below the camera block on the Note 9.
While the new colour combination seems a bit awkward if we look at the previous Samsung Galaxy Note models, the leaked image suggests that Samsung may make the move to attract customers. Which leaves us with three possibilities. The device is also expected to feature dual rear cameras and 4,000mAh battery. This translates to around $1,158 United States dollars. The pricing information comes courtesy of a company employee's information of a training meeting conducted at the company's headquarters in Warsaw.