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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 cretified by FCC | Reports

26 June 2018 2

Samsung, to beat Apple, is said to be bringing its Galaxy Note 9 a month early and as the launch date is approaching the phone is going through various certifications. As per reports, a device bearing the serial number SM-N960F has been certified by the Federal Communications Commission and it is said to be Samsung’s upcoming flagship, the Galaxy Note 9.

The letter “F” in the serial number stands for the International variant of Android Flagship that is due to launch soon. Also, it is worth noticing that this is the same series that Samsung uses for its Note line of phones. For an example, Galaxy Note 8 had a serial number SM-N950, for the Note 7 it was SM-N930, while the Note 5 was SM-N920. Hence it’s a clearly indicates that the Galaxy Note 9 may have gotten certified by FCC.

The unlocked variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 that will be launched in the US may carry a serial number SM-N960U and the serial number SM-N-960F may come with Samsung’s in-house processor Exynos 9810 and this may not launch in the US at all.

The Galaxy Note 9 is expected to launch on 9th August in an unpacked event and may come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC and a 6GB/64GB base storage base variant. The top end variant is said to come with a massive 512GB onboard storage along with 8GB of RAM.

We may see a slightly re-designed rear dual camera setup, a new brown color along with a 4000 mAh battery, an improved s-pen, and may come with a 25 watts wireless charging solution. For the rest let us wait for August 9 when the launch is said to take place.



Samsung Galaxy Note 9 cretified by FCC | Reports
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