Samsung Galaxy Note9 surfaces in China's MIIT certification
With the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 and S9+ done the rumor mill is shifting its attention to the upcoming Galaxy Note9. The latest piece of information comes from a leaked certification document by China's MIIT (Ministry of Industry and Information Technology).
The two listings show two different model numbers - SM-N9600 and SM-N9608. These are likely two different versions for the Chinese market if Samsung sticks to its usual naming. Unfortunately, the certification paper doesn't disclose any additional information, but at least the application confirms that development is going on schedule.
According to the previous leak from early April we should expect a larger 6.4-inch screen with 18.5:9 aspect ratio, 3,850 or even 4,000 mAh battery, Snapdragon 845 for the US version and, of course, Android 8.1 running on top. We've also heard of a fingerprint reader built into the display, but reports can't agree if the technology will make it in time.
- 06 May 2018
It's ok tbh since a bigger battery should have been inside ages ago (I would have bought the Note8 if it wasn't for the fact it is a device neglected by Samsung & the fact it won't have 5G support doesn't make it appealing to even consider buying...
- 04 May 2018
Will likely SD845 for US, we have battery and lcd. Only need camera info, the rest no change, been heavy user all this time, innovation never been samsung capabilty
- Imperator Neubaticus
- 04 May 2018
Lol i still hear people complaining of the aspect ratio. Way to be left behind by the times. It isn't anyone's problem but yours. The note8 is perfect save for the battery life so a 15% increase in the capacity will only be a good thing. If the...