Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch is fast approaching and the flagship is now spotted passing through the FCC. The phone was approved on April 20th and the official documents have been posted this week. This launch also puts Samsung back on track with its launch cycles following the delays with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note8.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 international variant will have the model number SM-N960F, while the dual-SIM model will have an SM-N960F/DS and another variant with SM-N960X that should be released in Asian markets. However, the Galaxy Note 9 won’t have any major changes in terms of design, but rumors state that it will pack a massive 4000mAh battery and faster wireless charging.
Most of the specifications such as the chipset inside or the camera sensors are expected to be the same as the Galaxy S9+. It will also come with an S-Pen and also we could finally see a 512GB storage variant, but it is unclear whether the 512GB variant will be available as widely as the 256GB Galaxy S9. Finally, Samsung will also debut Bixby 2.0 which will offer improved response times.
On another note, Samsung is also on the verge of launching Galaxy Tab S4 as the tablet is also spotted passing through the FCC. The rough sketch of the Galaxy Tab S4 points at a single camera setup at the top and ‘Tuned by AKG’ branding along with the FCC ID at the bottom. The SM-T835 model is listed as LTE capable, while the Wi-Fi variant will probably carry the SM-T830 model number as expected.
It is expected to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, 4GB of RAM, 64 GB internal memory, and Android 8.1 Oreo out of the box. Reports suggest that Samsung might unveil the Tab S4 at the IFA 2018 along with the Gear S4, and Note9. The company is also working on launching Bixby Speaker at the same event as well. Since nothing is official yet, we will have to wait for some more time to know more details.