An online image of a technical datasheet allegedly part of Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 appeared online today, confirming a series of earlier rumors about the upcoming Android flagship. The image shown below specifically mentions a model number SM-N960N device, which is believed to be the variant that Samsung intends to sell in its home country of South Korea. The content of the sheet is broadly consistent with previous reports and rumors about the device, with the sole exception that the base model of the handset offers 64 GB of storage space. While many insiders have already claimed the same, a number of recent rumors have it that Samsung may abolish the 64 GB configuration and provide the cheapest version of the Galaxy Note 9 with 128 GB of flash memory
The last leak points to the two more accessible Galaxy Note 9 models will have 6GB of RAM, with the memory in question likely to be of the LPDDR4X variant, and the device is identical to last year's Galaxy Note 8 in that regard. The international version of the handset is powered by Samsung's own Exynos 9810 chip, the same silicon that was introduced in the Galaxy S9 and the Galaxy S9 Plus, which came on the market earlier this year. A 6.3-inch Super AMOLED screen with a QHD + resolution and an aspect ratio of 18.5: 9 is also part of the package, as the same leak suggests. Samsung will likely promote the screen as another of its "Infinity Display" plates and curl around the long edges of the device.
The Galaxy Note 9 is out of the box for the Android 8.1 Oreo, the datasheet indicates that the firmware is likely to be Samsung's custom implementation of Google's operating system, rumored to be Samsung Experience 9.5. The same leak is also referred to as the Galaxy Note 9, which is powered by a 4,000mAh battery, with this special number already mentioned by a number of previous rumors. Samsung's new Android flagship will be announced in New York City on August 9 and is expected to be released worldwide on August 24th.