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Galaxy Note 9 will ship with a 4000mAh and a faster wireless charger, to unveil on Aug 9

According to Ice Universe via Twitter, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will ship with a 4,000mAh battery.  Ice universe is “100 percent sure” in the info that he provided, and it remains to be seen if it is accurate as well.

This isn’t the first time that Ice Universe has said the Galaxy Note 9 will come with improved battery capacity, though. Back in April, the mysterious leaker announced that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9 battery size could be between two capacities – 3850 or 4000mAh.


Regarding the possibilities of the Galaxy Note 9 charging specification, in the FCC database, you can find a new Samsung wireless charger with model number EP-N6100.

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The new wireless charger supports a whopping 12V at 2.1A input. It is a significant upgrade over the Galaxy S9‘s wireless charger that worked on 9V/1.67A.

There is no confirmation about this news, the new Samsung wireless charger could come with the Galaxy Note 9 or more likely for the Galaxy S10 next year.


 

All in all, the Galaxy Note 9 is shaping up to be a powerful flagship, with other rumors pointing to a Snapdragon 845 chipset, 6/8GB of RAM and 128/256/512GB of internal storage.

The Galaxy Note 9, is likely to be unveiled on Aug. 9, two weeks earlier than its predecessors, with some changes in its exterior, according to the industry source.


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Amid the circulating rumors about the Galaxy Note 9’s debut in early August, an industry source told The Korea Herald that Aug. 9 is a likely date for the Galaxy Note 9.

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