The Galaxy Note 9 hits the FCC, with launch of Samsung’s next flagship presumably on the horizon

Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 probably won't be officially announced until August, if history is anything to go by. But we're definitely getting closer to seeing Samsung's next flagship phone, with the Note 9 passing through the FCC this week (via Android Police).

There aren't many details in the actual filings — as is often the case with early FCC listings, most of the cool stuff is hidden behind confidentiality requests, but it's at least a confirmation that the phone exists and is pretty close to being finalized. Also passing through the FCC is a filing for a Galaxy Tab S4, which would also make sense for a refresh sometime this summer, considering its been over a year since the Tab S3 was released. Bloomberg previously reported that...

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