The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will arrive on August 9, and support pages for the device have surfaced on several official websites. Support pages for the Galaxy Note 9 popped up on Samsung's official websites in Finland, Denmark, France, and Norway. These support pages have popped up for the SM-N960F/DS model, which is a dual SIM variant of the Galaxy Note 9, it seems.
Now, these support pages are not completely blank, they do answer some questions regarding Quick Charging, how to transfer data from your current daily driver to the Galaxy Note 9, how to get an e-mail address for your new phone, and how to use dual SIM cards. These are only some examples, some additional concept is also included on those support pages. Having said that, the Galaxy Note 9's S Pen stylus had surfaced on the FCC quite recently, and that listing revealed that the stylus will sport Bluetooth connectivity. A number of Galaxy Note 9 cases have surfaced lately, while the device itself leaked in some renders as well. Based on all that info, the device will be quite similar to its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 8, at least in terms of the design, which was to be expected, as Samsung is not expected to make any significant changes in that regard until the Galaxy Note 10 comes to the stage.
The Galaxy Note 9 will be announced on August 9 in New York, and the phone will sport a horizontally-aligned dual camera setup on the back if those leaks were accurate. A fingerprint scanner will be included below those two cameras, while the device will have bezels above and below the display, though those bezels will be quite thin. The Galaxy Note 9 will be made out of metal and glass, while an S Pen will once again be tucked away inside of the phone. The Galaxy Note 9 will launch in both Snapdragon 845 and Exynos 9810 SoC variants, and Android 8.1 Oreo will come pre-installed on the phone along with Samsung's custom UI. The device will include at least 6GB of RAM, and its display will be larger than the one on the Galaxy S9 Plus.