The long-rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is expected to go official soon at the Galaxy unpacked event in New York, and the company is apparently preparing the grounds for its arrival, as evidenced by the recent FCC appearance of the S pen and even the Note 9 itself.
Just ahead of the official unveiling date, the company has published the supports pages of a Galaxy device with the model number with model number SM-N960F/DS, which we know is the unlocked international dual-SIM variant of the upcoming Note 9.
Make no mistake about this, the support page hasn’t been published in error, due to the fact that it hasn’t been taken down, and is available in more than one countries including Galaxy Note 9 support pages in Finland, Denmark, France, and Norway. Though the various support pages do not reveal any information about the device other than the model number if previous reports are right, we already do know a couple of things about the Note 9.
As per previous murmurs, the Note 9 almost be the exact copy of the Note 8 besides its slightly heavier design, coupled with a horizontally aligned dual rear camera with a fingerprint scanner underneath it. However, the Note 9 has long been rumored to come with a redesigned S Pen which boasts added Bluetooth connectivity for long-range connectivity, and that was recently confirmed by FCC listing of the S Pen.
The full specs list would be revealed on August 9 in New York City at the Unpacked event, we would surely keep you posted.
Several Support pages for the Galaxy Note9 (SM-N960F/DS) are now live:
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