Excitement is building for the Galaxy Note 9, and with good reason. And now Samsung itself has now confirmed the Galaxy Note 9 in the world’s biggest market…

     

 Much like its secretive Columbia trademarking, the listing doesn’t give away much detail other than the model numbers: ‘SM-N9600’ and ‘SM-N9608’. That said, this is useful information because while the Galaxy Note 9 while the model number ‘SM-N960’, the derivations refer to the different Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 and Samsung Exynos 9810 cores showing Samsung wants the flexibility of selling both models in the country.


Galaxy Note 9 China release

The Galaxy Note 9 model number SM-N9608 has been certified by the agency. The listing mentions that the device supports power input of 9V DC/1.67A or 5V DC/2A with fast wireless charging. It has support for the country’s TD-LTE bands.
The listing doesn’t reveal any further information about the device but we know from an early hands-on that it doesn’t look all that different compared to the Galaxy Note 8. The Exynos 9810/Snapdragon 845 chips do deliver generational performance gains and the 4,000mAh battery is said to be good for up to 25 hours of nonstop video playback.
Samsung is expected to introduce an 8GB RAM + 512GB internal storage configuration for the Galaxy Note 9 in select markets and it’s possible that China might be one of the markets where it sells the model. It has also been said that the base model will now feature 6GB of RAM with 128GB of storage.
The company is yet to confirm pricing and release date information for the Galaxy Note 9. We’ll find that out on August 9 when it officially unveils the Galaxy Note 9.

Furthermore, we already know a lot about the Galaxy Note 9 and its headline features.




 Lastly, Samsung will bring the Galaxy S9’s clever dual aperture rear camera to the Galaxy Note 9, though an additional upgrade its woeful front facing camera is also tipped according to my sources.


 Will these upgrades be enough for Samsung to fight off Apple’s upcoming, supersized iPhone X? If Samsung can keep in touch with Apple’s widely expected price cuts, it has a chance…

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