Galaxy Note 9 specs scavenging hunt continues with latest regulatory listing
The TENAA listing, disappointingly, doesn't give us any exciting information, unless you were really hoping to learn about all the different bands that it supports.
Interesting tidbits could be found in the 3C (another Chinese agency) application for the device. According to the information it contained, it seems that Samsung won't be improving the charging speeds for its Note 9 device, which is expected to carry a hefty 4,000 mAh battery.
What it will improve, however, is its wireless charging. Information scraped from an FCC application earlier this year shows a new charger with an input of 12 volts is to be released as well. That's a significant increase compared to their current one that has a 9-volt one. While this only shows the power drawn from the socket, it should translate to more power sent to the device.
Even though wireless charging is not widespread yet, it makes sense for Samsung to be striving for shorter wireless charging times, as keeping the phone on top of the charger makes it almost unusable.
As more and more information comes in, the picture of the new Galaxy Note 9 is almost complete. How accurate it is compared to Samsung's actual product, we'll find out in less than a month.