Galaxy Note 9 remains one of the most anticipated phones of this year. Although not released, the consumers still have a very good idea about the design and specs of the phone, thanks to the leaks.
The latest leak concerns the battery of the phone that was previously rumored to receive an upgrade over its predecessor’s battery. The leaked document comes from Brazil’s National Telecommunications Agency (ANATEL) which confirms that the phone will come with a massive 4,000 mAh.
Rumors about the massive battery have been in circulation since April and many sources have confirmed so. This leak is quite substantial and is equivalent to an official statement. However, the document didn’t give out many hints about other specs of the phone.
With a battery this huge, Galaxy Note 9 is expected to come with improved charging speeds otherwise it may take a long time to charge.
Other than this, the Note 9 is expected to sport a large 6.4-inch display and a readjusted fingerprint scanner which previously had a very awkward position on the Note 8. Like every Samsung flagship, the phone is expected to come in two variants, one with the Exynos 9810 and the other with the latest Snapdragon 845.
Most of the excitement about the Galaxy Note 9 revolves around its upgradation of the S Pen. The launch invites of the phone also have a picture of the pen which is rumored to support Bluetooth connectivity and may come with a dedicated battery and will be charged whilst docked in the phone.
Galaxy Note 9 will be launched on August 9 in Newyork in an unpacked event by Samsung.