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Galaxy Note 9, S9 Active appear in list of leaked codenames

by Justin Herrick | February 2, 2018February 2, 2018 11:30 am PST

Turns out we probably already know what Samsung’s pipeline looks like from within the company. Codenames for a bunch of devices including the Galaxy Note 9 and Galaxy S9 Active have surfaced in leaked build of Android 8.0 Oreo for last year’s Galaxy Note 8, according to XDA-Developers.

The list of codenames reveal unannounced devices that are all likely to ship with or receive the same software update throughout 2018. While there are dozens of devices mentioned, only those believed to be part of Samsung’s high-end lineup are of interest to most.

Specifications are still up in the air since the company’s second 2018 flagship is six months away from being introduced, but the Galaxy Note 9 is believed to be known as “crown” internally. Meanwhile the Galaxy S9 Active, which should ship only a few months after the Galaxy S9 in March, is referred to as “astarqlte.”

There’s also mention of a Galaxy Tab 4 going by the name “gts4llte.” It’s unclear if this would be a new entrant in the budget-friendly Tab series or Samsung’s more expensive Tab S series.

Here’s the full list of codenames along with the devices they either officially or are suspected to belong to:

  • astarqlte — Samsung Galaxy S9 Active (Snapdragon)
  • c10lte — Samsung Galaxy C10
  • c10plte — Samsung Galaxy C10 Plus
  • crown — Samsung Galaxy Note 9
  • degasy18wifi
  • grandppirislte
  • gtaxlad
  • gta2xl — Samsung Galaxy Tab A 10.1 2018
  • gtesy18lte — Samsung Galaxy Tab E 2018
  • gts4lte — Samsung Galaxy Tab S4
  • j2y18lte — Samsung Galaxy J2 2018
  • j3neolte — Samsung Galaxy J3 Neo
  • j3topelte
  • j4lte — Samsung Galaxy J4
  • j6lte — Samsung Galaxy J6
  • j7topelte
  • j7toplte
  • j8lte — Samsung Galaxy J8
  • jackpotqlte — Samsung Galaxy A8 2018 (Snapdragon)
  • jackpot2qlte — Samsung Galaxy A8+ 2018 (Snapdragon)
  • lugelte
  • star — Samsung Galaxy S9
  • star2 — Samsung Galaxy S9+


Justin Herrick

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