Samsung upcoming flagship phablet – the Galaxy Note 9 has now received 3C certification in China, a few weeks after it cleared the China Ministry of Industry and Information Technology (CMIIT) hurdle. This is one of the few certifications the device is expected to secure before it could sell in the Chinese market.
The version that just got 3C certification is the Note 9 with the model number SM-N9608, and while no specific details were highlighted, the listing document reveals the Galaxy Note 9’s battery supports a power input of 9V DC/1.67A or 5V DC/2A through fast wireless charging as well as support for TD-LTE bands for cellular connectivity.
If you aren’t already aware, the Galaxy Note 9 is tipped to launch at the scheduled Galaxy unpacked event slated for August 9 in the New York City. Speculations are rife that the device will be heading straight to the Chinese market shortly after its launch, hence the need for the 3C approval.
Previous leaks indicates Note 9 won’t come with any radical change in terms of design, and if words from Eldar Murtazin are to be taken for it, the Note 9 is tipped to come with a 4000mAh battery which should offer up to one to two days of normal usage and 23 to 25 hours of video playback at maximum brightness, a huge leap over that of the Note8