Samsung Galaxy S9 Active SM-G892U & SM-G892A gets Wi-Fi Certification

Samsung Galaxy S9 Active SM-G892U & SM-G892A gets Wi-Fi Certification

Samsung Galaxy S9 Active SM-G892U & SM-G892A gets Wi-Fi Certification

Leaker Roland Quant has shared the USB-C board for the Galaxy S9 and the board for the Samsung Galaxy S9+. The listing also shows the images of the batteries of both the smartphones as well. This new Smartphone is going to be the next big thing in the market for sure. The Galaxy S9 Active shouldn't come as a surprise considering Samsung has launched the Active variants of all its Galaxy S flagship models since 2013. The "a" here may mean Active, while "q" and "lte" could mean it may sport a Qualcomm processor along with LTE connectivity. The codes also indicate that there will be the Galaxy C10, Galaxy J4, Galaxy J6, and Galaxy Tab S4 among other devices. Some reports are coming that it would be powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC in USA and China, and a Samsung Exynos 9810 SoC in other worldwide markets (including India).

Little else is known about the Galaxy S9 Active at this point. The device would have the same 5.8-inch OLED screen as the regular Galaxy S9. Well, we're happy to say that this might not be the case, as an Oreo-powered Galaxy S8 Active passed certification with the Wi-Fi Alliance today. The S9 Plus' battery capacity is 200mAh more than that of the S8 Plus. It would retain the basic design of last year's Galaxy S8, though there will be a few welcome exterior changes. He's also shared the Galaxy S9's fingerprint reader, which has a new shape, and the phone's camera module, which has just one camera.

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The leaks give us a relatively close-up look at the rear fingerprint sensor, the main camera module, and the battery which will power the device.

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