Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to Feature a 4000mAh Battery as Confirmed by Anatel


The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 launch is just a few weeks away. By far we have reported countless leaks that have revealed pretty much everything about the upcoming phablet. The latest report confirms the presence of a 4000mAh battery on the Note 9. According to ANATEL (Brazil’s Telecommunications Authority) has confirmed the battery capacity of the Galaxy Note 9.

We know that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be borrowing heavily from the Galaxy Note 8. The Note 9 will definitely bring in upgrades but I do not think they will be good enough for you to replace your Note 8. Unless you want a Bluetooth enabled S-Pen. Certifications have confirmed that the S-Pen will have Bluetooth. This makes the S-Pen versatile than before. While it is not sure how Samsung plans to use the Bluetooth, a few applications that come to mind are music control, camera control, a pointer for presentation, etc.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 5 is rumoured to come in 5 colours and we have already had a look at three of them, Coral Blue, Midnight Black and Lilac Purple. The NOte 9 will likely be powered by either the Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or the Exynos 9810. A Bixby powered home speaker, Galaxy Tab S4 and the Galaxy Watch are also expected to be launched alongside the Note 9 on August 9.

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