We know that Samsung is working on the Galaxy Note 9, which is its iterative update to the Note 8. While previously it was believed that the new Samsung Note phone is coming in late August. But this year Samsung might release it earlier than its usual time frame. Why is it believed so? Because the handset just got approved from FCC.
Today, Federal Communication Commission in the United States has approved an unreleased Samsung smartphone with a model number SM-N960F. The model number in question has to be the Galaxy Note 9 as it is in line with the previous Galaxy Note smartphone. Not just that the FCC document states that this phone has a stylus support. Which could mean only one thing – it’s the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone.
Do make a note that there are a couple of variants of the phone got approved, where one is reported to sport a dual SIM support. Two model numbers – SM-N960F/DS and SM-N960X, where the latter is believed to be the Asia-only model and first one to be an international variant.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Specifications: What we know so far?
Samsung is likely to introduce an 18.5:9 aspect ratio 6.3-inch display. This will be a Super AMOLED panel with QHD+ resolution. From the design and case leaked earlier, we know that there will be a Bixby dedicated button. The other design placements that are confirmed so far include 3.5mm audio jack and USB Type-C port. On the bottom part there is a speaker grill, and silo for ejectable S-Pen.
Talking about the performance, it shall come in two different processor variants – Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and equivalent Exynos processor. Expect at least 6GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage support. As far as the camera department is concerned, the details are scarce. Are you excited for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 release? Let us know in the comments section below.