Samsung Galaxy Note9 support sites go live
Samsung’s Galaxy Note9 has not yet been made official, but the phone maker has very well been preparing for its release set to take place in about a month’s time.
Support websites for a Samsung device with model number SM-N960F/DS have gone live for a few regions. The unlocked international model usually ends with an “F” while we can make a good guess that the “DS” is for the dualSIM variant. Support pages for the Note9 have gone live in Finnish, Danish, French, and Norwegian.
Several Support pages for the Galaxy Note9 (SM-N960F/DS) are now live:
Tuki Suomi: https://t.co/Vh75RZTB0t
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Currently, there’s nothing that actually shows off the phone or its features. All we can see from the Note9 is the technical model number and the help content that is currently on the sites are video tutorials that are universal to Samsung smartphones.
Currently, we know that the Galaxy Note9 will look similar to the Galaxy Note8, so we aren’t expecting a huge appearance change. According to the latest alleged color variant renders, the fingerprint scanner might be placed just below the horizontally oriented dual-camera. Rumors also point to a larger battery capacity, faster wireless charging, and an 8GB RAM variant.
All will be revealed next month on August 9 at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event in New York City. We’ll be covering the event live, so check back for our first hands-on with the device.
News credit : Gsmarena