Samsung Galaxy Note 9: The device gets the TENAA certification

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Samsung is going to announce the latest flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 9 on August 9. Though the device has already started receiving criticism from the world of Android owing to the fact that there is nothing new coming with it at least in the design department. The device is going to feature more or less the same design language as the last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Nevertheless, we all are eagerly waiting for the device to be released and right ahead of the release date, the Galaxy Note 9 has received the TENAA certification.

samsung galaxy note 9 tenaa certification

The certification itself does not reveal anything other than the fact that the Galaxy Note 9 will run on Android (duh) and will offer a dual SIM support.



The time for the launch is not that far away from now and including the latest TENAA certification, the Galaxy Note 9 has passed through all the major certifications. The device also appeared on the Geekbench database a couple of weeks ago.

Coming to the specifications of the device, the Galaxy Note 9 is going to sport a 6.4-inch QHD+ display giving out a resolution of 1440×2960 pixels. The design of the device will more or less fall in line with the rest of the recently launched Samsung flagships and there will be no notch game at least with the Galaxy Note 9. For that, we might have to wait until the Samsung Galaxy S10 is launched.



Under the hood, we are going to get either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 chipset or an Exynos 9810 chipset depending on the market. The processor will be coupled with 6GB/8GB of RAM.

As far as the memory is concerned, the device is tipped to be launched with a special 512GB internal memory edition along with the usual configuration options.

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