Forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 spotted in China’s MIIT documentation

With the release of the Samsung‘s flagship smartphones, the Galaxy S9 and S9 plus gone through the speculators are relocating their focus on the forthcoming handset from Samsung the Galaxy Note 9. A leaked accreditation file by China’s Ministry of Industry and Information Technology(MIIT) has given us the newest chunk of details regarding the Samsung‘s upcoming device. There are a couple of listings exposed to two distinct model numbers SM-N9600 as well as SM-N9608. We presume that these are probably two distinct variants for the Chinese market if Samsung adheres to their customary specifics.


However, the accreditation document neglects to impart any further details, yet at a minimum, the submission ensures that progression of the project will go on schedule. Based on the earlier reports from last month we were expecting the device to feature a bigger 6.4-inch display with 18:5:9 proportion. The device is predicted to boast Snapdragon 845 chipset for the US variants and, needless to say, latest Android 8.1 functioning on top. Furthermore, we’ve got word of a fingerprint scanner incorporated in the screen itself, but it is not yet officially confirmed. The whole device will probably be powered by a 3,850 or even 4,000 mAh battery cell.

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