Five colour variants, 4000mAh battery and a new wireless charging for Samsung Galaxy Note 9


There is still a long way to go for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9, but thanks to the ever useful Internet leaksters, we got some information that might be of interest to you. According to sources, the company is looking to release five variants but this one is based on different colours, as well as having a 4000mAh battery and an improved wireless charging technology.

Samsung is always known for releasing a bunch of colour variants for their product lineup, so for the Galaxy Note 9, the returning colours are Midnight Black and Titanium Gray. Lilac Purple is also making a comeback but it's said to be called Lavender now, there's also a new "electric blue" and brown model that has not been named yet.

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The schematics

Then for the specifications, there are reasons to believe that the Galaxy Note 9 might have a 4000mAh battery because of the internal design. From the forums of Weibo, the dual rear camera are repositioned horizontally and the fingerprint sensor will be below it. With this, it somehow makes more space for the battery and the FCC listing also show a new wireless charger technology (EP-N6100) supporting 12V at 2.1A input which is really good. No mention for output, though.

Aside from that, the Galaxy Note 9 is said to feature a dual curved edge display up to 6.4-inch, housing either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 octa-core processor (depending on the market), 6GB of RAM and three storage variants of 64GB, 128GB and 256GB.

Samsung is planning to release the flagship at the beginning of August 2018, but we shall see. Stay tuned for more Samsung news at

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