Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been spotted on TENAA listing with Android on board, but no details about specs have been revealed.
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is imminent and just like everytime an official launch gets near, the handset in question receives all the necessary certifications. Today, the upcoming flagship phablet from the Korean hi-tech company at the first place in the world in the smartphones market has appeared on a TENAA listing. The handset is identified by the model number SM-N9600, a model number which leaves no doubts. Unfortunately, the Chinese regulatory agency did not reveal any detail about its specs. On the listing, we can only see that the device has Android installed and that it is a mobile device.
So, we still have to rely on the latest leaks and reports to have an idea about its specs. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is supposed to come with a bigger 6.4-inch display than the Note 8, and it will obviously retain the AMOLED technology and an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. It will also come in a variant with a dual SIM slot integrated. According to the region, the SoC will be different just like every Samsung flagship. The European market is expected to get the variant with the octa-core Samsung Exynos 9810 chipset, while the U. S. and Chinese variants will mount a Snapdragon 845 by Qualcomm.
Despite Vivo has already released several devices with an in-display fingerprint reader, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 should still come with a traditional rear-mounted biometric sensor. The display will have the HDR10 compliant as well as a very high resolution (QHD or 4K), while the RAM will be at least 6 GB. There should not be a significative improvement to the camera setup. We should find at least two cameras on the rear side with 12 MP resolutions and a variable aperture, while on the front side we expect to see a single snapper. According to rumors, the Note 9 will come with an improved S Pen with Bluetooth support, as well as a big 4000 mAh battery. It will be unveiled on August 9.\