The Galaxy Note 9 made its first FCC stop late last month when the model number SM-N960F was certified by the agency. Samsung’s upcoming flagship has picked up other certifications in the last couple of weeks as well. The Galaxy Note 9’s S Pen was recently certified by the FCC and the listing confirmed reports that the stylus will feature Bluetooth support.
Another variant of the Galaxy Note 9 has now been certified by the FCC. It bears model number SM-N9600 which will be destined for the Chinese market.
Galaxy Note 9 picking up required certifications
Samsung has already secured the Galaxy Note 9 China release as the device has picked up the 3C certification in the country. The 3C listing mentioned that the device supports power input of 9V DC/1.67A or 5V DC/2A with fast wireless charging.
We also reported yesterday that the Galaxy Note 9 support pages are now being listed on Samsung’s websites across the globe. With a little over a month to go before Samsung officially launches the device in August, the company has started laying the groundwork for the arrival of its new flagship.
We have already covered all of the expected Galaxy Note 9 features and specs in detail. Aside from the new S Pen that will be able to control music playback, the 4,000mAh battery appears to be the most exciting element. If the Galaxy Note 9 does feature a 4,000mah battery it would be a true powerhouse in its own right and would appeal to a lot of customers who value battery longevity.
Samsung is going to officially launch the Galaxy Note 9 at an event in New York on August 9. That’s also when the company is going to confirm the release date of the handset as well as the pricing information.