Samsung Galaxy Note 9 seen on certification site TENAA, hints at 24 Aug launch date

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 phone is said to be certified by FCC earlier with the same model number.

Samsung is said to launch its latest Note series flagship, the Galaxy Note 9 at an event in New York City on 9 August.

But, as per the >report in MySmartPrice, there might be a shift in the date with the launch being postponed to 24 August, which is before the expected >Apple >iPhone launch around September.

Recently an >alleged render of the device was floating online which revealed its supposed design from the front which looked nearly identical to >Galaxy Note 8.

Ahead of the launch, the rumour mills have started churning and according to a >report in GSMArena, it seems that Samsung has just got a device listed on Chinese certification site TENAA. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been seen under the model number SM-N9600. Also, the phone is said to be certified by FCC earlier with the same model number.

Unfortunately, the listing on TENAA hasn't revealed all the specifications yet, leaving a few things for our imagination.

According to the >previous reports the device is said to have a 6.4-inch AMOLED panel. Global units are expected to arrive with Exynos 9810 chipset or Snapdragon 845 aided by 6 GB of RAM. The other rumoured specs include dual rear cameras, a 4,000 mAh battery and also a new and improved S Pen.

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