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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Passes the FCC Certification Test


As Samsung is adding the finishing touches to Galaxy Note 9, the entire world is speculating about the phablet’s upcoming release date. Samsung is not releasing any official information about Galaxy Note 9 because it wants to use the element of surprise.

However, we will not have to wait that much longer before Galaxy Note 9 becomes available for purchase because the phablet has just passed the FCC certification tests.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Arrives at the FCC

Even though Samsung doesn’t want to unveil any details about Galaxy Note 9’s features or hardware specs, the phablet recently arrived at the FCC and this means that Samsung is preparing to launch it.

All companies that want their smartphones to sell in the US need to get them FCC certified and this is why we believe Galaxy Note 9 is not far away from being launched.

August 9 Release Date

The internet is buzzing with rumors in anticipation for Galaxy Note 9 and the most reoccurring rumor is saying that Samsung wants to launch Galaxy Note 9 on August 9th. In addition, Samsung is said to be secretly organizing a special launch event which will take place in New York.

Notable Specs

Since we are talking about Galaxy Note 9, let’s take a look at the what rumors have to say about its specs. The first thing we need to mention is that Galaxy Note 9 is going to be huge! The handheld device will ship with a 6.4-inches Super AMOLED display which will put it into the “phablet” category.

Moving on to hardware power, Galaxy Note 9 will be fueled by Qualcomm’s latest octa-core Snapdragon 845 processor that clocks at 2.7GHz. Not just that, but the processor will also be paired with an Adreno 630 graphics processing unit and 6GB of RAM.