Samsung Working on Faster Wireless Charging, Hints at the Note 9 to Come with a Huge Battery

              Yesterday,  we reported that the upcoming flagship smartphone from Samsung, the Galaxy Note 9 may pack a huge 4,000mAh battery, also there were another leak which showcases five color variants of the device (here). Now today some  information regarding Samsung's wireless charger has been leaked out of the FCC, under the model number EP-N6100, which is speculated to be the Galaxy Note 9.    
              This newly leaked wireless charger  has an input voltage 2.1A at 12V which seems to be higher, when compared to the Fast Charging of Galaxy S9 and S9+ that is up to 1.67A at 9V, which is carried under a model number EP-N5100 in 2018. From this we can understand that Samsung is currently working on such an improved charger that could be a confirmation of the supposedly larger battery capacity ( 4000mAh ) for the next gen Galaxy Note 9 or Samsung might just be taking advantage of the newly-widened FCC regulations for wireless charging. Recently, the FCC raised the 5W coil restriction to the whopping 15W, and the radio frequency exposure distance has also been increased drastically, these are now reflected in the FCC documentation for Samsung's upcoming EP-N6100 charger, so this may indicate that the company may bring fast wireless charging later this year.

                Previous reports have suggested that the Galaxy Note 9 is expect to feature 6.38-inch Super AMOLED display with  resolution about 1440 x 2960 pixels.  It  will have a powerful Exynos 9810 chipset/ Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor depending on the region, all of this will be coupled with 6GB RAM and 128GB  internal storage, although 64GB and 256GB internal storage variants are also a possibilityThe device is expected to feature an upgraded rear-facing dual camera system, probably the same two 12MP sensors found on the Samsung Galaxy S9+ with variable aperture tech that ranges from a wide f/1.5 to f/2.4. The Galaxy Note 9 is expected to bring the upgraded version of Bixby 2.0. 
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