Samsung’s Unpacked event is inching closer and as we move closer to the much-anticipated Note 9 flagship announcement we are hearing more details about it. We already heard that the Galaxy Note 9 is said to pack a massive 4000mAh battery and now according to the application that Anatel has just received for Samsung’s approval, the Galaxy Note 9 is said to pack a battery that is 700mAh bigger than the Galaxy Note 8.
Now it is more or less confirmed that the next Galaxy flagship will pack a 4,000mAh capacity battery, which should make it offer very competent autonomy. Apart from the battery capacity, we already know that the Galaxy Note 9 will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, a version with 8GB RAM, 512GB is also rumored to be unveiled. It will have dual-rear cameras with the same optics as the Galaxy S9.
On the other hand, Samsung is also said to introduce a new Note 9 accessory; a wireless charging pad dubbed Wireless Charger Duo (EP-N6100) that at the same time can charge the phone as well as the upcoming Galaxy Watch (rebranded Gear S4). This in many ways sounds similar to the Apple’s AirPower which has been in the delay for a long time (rumored to go official in September). The charging accessory is said to cost about 55 GBP (US$ 72 / Rs. 4,970 approx.).
Thanks to Roland Quandt, we are also seeing the box of the accessory and much to our surprise, this once again confirms the existence of the Galaxy Watch which is said to be launched at the Unpacked event alongside the Galaxy Note 9.