Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets 3C certification in China

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets 3C certification in China

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 gets 3C certification in China

A new Samsung phone with model number SM-N9608 has got the necessary 3C certification in China which is said to be none other than upcoming Galaxy Note 9. For perspective, Galaxy Note 8/8 Plus became available for purchase on 15 September 2017. Needless to say, Samsung's online store will also sell the Galaxy On6. This device runs Android 8.0 Oreo out-of-the-box with Samsung UX. The smartphone maker uses its flagship series, Galaxy S to reshape the smartphone industry.

Popular OEM Samsung will soon release a new device. The delightful Android O operating system makes the phone fast.

As per a report by The Indian Express, Samsung's first bendable smartphone will be called the "Galaxy X", and it is expected to come with a 7-inch display. Another option is to design the device in such a way that its screen folds two-third of the way up allowing the screen to be visible all the time. The Galaxy Note 8 retailed for $929 when it was launched; it's highly unlikely that Note 9 will be cheaper. The phone has been equipped with a battery of 3000 mah that gives a good battery backup.

A Samsung phone with 4GB RAM, octa-core Exynos 7870 processor, and 18.5:9 sAMOLED Infinity display at this price is a great deal for both Samsung lovers and non-lovers. Samsung hasn't mentioned the battery capacity of the new handset, though it stated that the smartphone will have a "long-lasting" battery.

Software: Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will most likely be based on the Snapdragon 845 chipset, with 6GB of RAM and running Android 8.1, which is the same spec as that of the US version of Galaxy S9 Plus. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to come in three variants - 6GB RAM and 128GB internal storage, 8GB RAM and 256GB internal storage and 8GB RAM and 512GB of internal storage.

The phone is installed with unparalleled privacy mechanism that includes face unlock and fingerprint scanner below the camera. Moreover, the launching of Samsung Galaxy S10 is planned for January 2019. There is no information about the front camera position and how the company will manage it to keep the front screen free.

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