We’re a little over a month away from the official unveiling of the Galaxy Note 9 so it’s not surprising to see that Samsung is laying the groundwork on its websites across the globe to host information about its new flagship. The official Galaxy Note 9 support pages are now being listed on Samsung’s websites across the globe.
This isn’t the first time that this is happening. Samsung normally lists the support pages for upcoming handsets a couple of weeks before they’re set to arrive. We’ve already seen this happen for devices like the Galaxy A6 and the Galaxy Tab S4.
Galaxy Note 9 support pages
The official Galaxy Note 9 support pages don’t reveal any information about the device itself at this point in time other than its SM-N960F model number which is already known. The pages will obviously be updated with information once the device is officially announced next month. The pages have been listed on Samsung’s websites in France, Norway, Denmark and Finland. They’ll go live in other regions as well eventually.
Samsung hasn’t confirmed much about the Galaxy Note 9 at this point in time. It recently confirmed that the new flagship is going to be officially unveiled on August 9 at a special event in New York City.
As we’ve mentioned in our detailed coverage of all Galaxy Note 9 specs and features, the handset is going to feature an Exynos 9810/Snapdragon 845 processor with 6GB of RAM. There are reports that Samsung may introduce a variant with 8GB of RAM and 512GB of storage in some markets.
The new S Pen might be one of the biggest selling points of the new flagship. The FCC listing for the Galaxy Note 9’s stylus has essentially confirmed reports that the S Pen will get Bluetooth support which will enable it to perform new features. No word as yet on when Samsung is actually planning on releasing the Galaxy Note 9 but we’ll surely get that information on August 9.