Samsung Galaxy C9 gets FCC certification, battery capacity finally leaks
The upcoming Samsung Galaxy C9 has been showing up in a lot of places of recent and with the amount of leaks that we have seen on it, we are now sure that this one is not a matter of whether or not it is true now but a matter of when it would actually launch.
Not planning to launch today, at least, it has then popped up again to show us some of the things that it is made up of and prepare us for the eventual launch which should not be far off anymore.
In the past, we have seen this same unit show up on GeekBench, thrown some stunts on AnTuTu and even managed to get itself featured on a Zauba listing and even though these ones made us know that the 6 inch device would be making use of a snapdragon 652 chipset and also amaze with dual camera units set at 16MP on the back, none of the above had ever given us what the battery unit would be rated at.
Today, we have its FCC certification to thank for the leak that the battery is a massive 4000mAh and with this one, there would surely be no issues over battery life.
Getting a certification like this is one of the most important final stages that a device a go through and we are optimistic of a launch for soon.
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