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29 June 2018, 10:19 | Jodi Jackson
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This follows an announcement by the FCC (the US Federal Communications Commission) which says that it approved the SM-N960F model from Samsung, a model number that points to the Galaxy Note 9 (the global Galaxy Note 8 has the SM-N960F designation), as well as some other adjacent models.
Samsung released the official invitation for Galaxy Unpacked 2018 edition 2 to unveil the new product on August 9.
The Galaxy Note 9 has a tough act to follow if it's to significantly improve upon last year's Note 8phone. The event is set up to give Samsung a jump on Apple's 2018 iPhone lineup that will likely be unveiled the month after.
The key feature of the sensor is its ability to produce sharper and accurate pictures even in poor lighting.
The new report also indicates that the Galaxy Note 9 will too have a bigger display.
As for the invite from Samsung, it shows off the S-Pen.
It has been rumoured the phone will have a much larger 4,000mAh battery. Samsung has typically used the most powerful mobile chip on the year for its Galaxy Note phones.
In the video, it shows an S Pen in yellow which is a very odd colour for the productivity focused smartphone series. One of the variants of the Galaxy Note 9 is said to feature a massive 512GB native storage.
Despite talk of an in-display fingerprint sensor, though, the Note 9 is expected to keep that on the back.
Current rumors suggest the Note 9 will come with typical flagship specs like a Snapdragon 845, 6GB of RAM, and 64GB of storage. However, we are yet to see if this smartphone can compete with the other budget offerings from the Chinese manufacturers.
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