Samsung Galaxy Note 9 pass through the FCC

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The summer’s hottest handset, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, has passed through the FCC on its way to the market.

The American certification authority has been testing the SM-N960F, dual-SIM, which is the European version of the device, but I am sure other versions are not far behind.

As can be seen in the wide variety of wireless technologies supported by the device, the handset is a tour de force.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to be a sleek 6.3 inch 161.9 x 76.3 mm smartphone that is only 8.8 mm thick with a18.5:9 aspect ratio screen with QHD+ resolution, powered by a Samsung Exynos 9810 or upgraded Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC, depending upon the region, with 6 gigs of RAM and now up to 512 GB storage, with a 3,850mAh – 4,000 mAh battery.

It is expected to feature an upgraded camera and new S-Pen features.

Samsung is expected to announce the handset at their Unpacked event on the 9th August 2018.

See the certification at the FCC here.


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