Galaxy Note and Tab S lines should be updated soon. The Note8 is almost one year old, and the Tab S3 is almost a year and a half old. Fortunately, their successors have just passed through the FCC, indicating that they are likely to arrive soon.
As is typical of the FCC presentations of these large companies, most things are hidden thanks to the confidentiality requests that have been instituted. However, there are still some things that we can deduce from this.
Interestingly, the model number that the FCC lists for the Galaxy Note9 is SM-N960F. The numbering makes sense (the Note8 was SM-N950x), although it is strange that the last letter is a & # 39; F. & # 39; Since the Galaxy S8, all US models of Samsung Galaxy have had model numbers that end in & # 39 ;, since all cell phones now share the same hardware, but & # 39; F & # 39; Traditionally, it is reserved by Samsung for European / international models with Exynos chipsets. It's hard to say why we're seeing this, but it's definitely a rarity.
The Galaxy Tab S4 (SM-T835) is an LTE model of the tablet, which means it will be available on at least one operator (probably Verizon) in the US. UU In fact, we take a look at the back of this tablet, although I would have thought it would be hidden under the request for confidentiality. When compared to the S3 Tab, the tablet appears to be longer and the camera is placed lower, although the same "Adjusted by AKG" mark is there.
We would not be surprised to see the Note9 and Tab S4 presented at the same event sometime in the next 1-2 months, so let's keep our eyes open. Meanwhile, we expect to see the rumored fingerprint sensor on the Note9 screen, but not a notch.