As Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is already scheduled to be officially unveiled on August 9, The Company has launched its support pages in some European countries including Finland, France, Denmark, and Norway ahead of the launch event in New York.
The support pages are live with the model number SM-N960F/DS, which is the factory unlocked dual-SIM variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 9. The support pages do not reveal any information about the device other than its model number which is SM-N960F/DS, to some people the information the support pages contain is incomplete and might have gone live in an error.
But it seems the pages are live now and soon will be updated with more information and content as the launch event gets closer.
We know much about the device now; the new flagship Galaxy Note 9 would be identical to Samsung Galaxy Note 8, with some notable changes in the design. The successor Note 9 will have slightly bulkier design than Note 8, the dual rear camera in Note 9 would be vertically aligned and fingerprint scanner sits underneath the camera setting.
Another notable change is the S Pen with added Bluetooth connectivity for long-range, it was also confirmed by FCC listing of S Pen. We have already hands on various leaks that unveiled almost all the gimmicks about the device but there might be some features hidden from us until it is revealed at the launch event in New York on August 9.
Several Support pages for the Galaxy Note9 (SM-N960F/DS) are now live:
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