Samsung Galaxy Note 9 surfaces on official support site

Samsung Galaxy Note

Within few days after the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S9 series, the company has tightened its grips over the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone. The latest news is that Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has surfaced on few official sites of the company.

According to reports, the Galaxy Note 9 has surfaced on an official support page reportedly on Samsung’s North Africa and South Africa websites. However, we are unable to view any information when we navigated to the relevant support pages.

With model number SM-N960U, the alleged Geekbench listing reveals the presence of a Snapdragon 845 processor for units shipped within the US. In case of other countries, the smartphone will bear an Exynos 9810 processor. The model number specified on both company site and benchmark look same.

The support page reveals the model number as SM-N960U, where the U signify Snapdragon 845 processor. The main reason is that of the fact that the Exynos variant of the handset ships with the model number bearing “F” or “F/DS” instead of U. Hence, you can assume that the model listed on the site is that of the Snapdragon variant.

On the display front, the Galaxy Note 9 will feature a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED bezel-less display, which is the same as the previous counterpart. You can also expect the integration of an under-display fingerprint sensor alongside Iris scanner.

Although we don’t have any official conmfirmation about the speciicvations of the rumored handset, the reports indicates that the device will be integrated with Snapdragon 845 processor, 6GB RAM pre-loaded with Android 8.1 Oreo. Moreover, the single-core score will have 2190, while the multi-core score is pegged at 8806.

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