Published: Sat, August 04, 2018
Hi-Tech | By Wayne Curry

Leaked video shows the Galaxy Note9 from every angle, reveals 512GB version

Leaked video shows the Galaxy Note9 from every angle, reveals 512GB version

In a newsletter email sent to customers in New Zealand, the Korean company gave us an extensive look at the new Note 9 - there's even a product video of the phablet.

In the video we see the basic design of the phone.

It seems as though someone in New Zealand truly messed up, as Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 product page was made live in the country alongside the introduction video leaking to its Samsung New Zealand YouTube channel. A commercial video of Galaxy Note 9 has been leaked online revealing the same and some other key design details.

SamMobile spotted the video, which has now been pulled down from YouTube, but is doing the rounds everywhere else. In the video, Samsung is seen teasing the Note 9's all-day battery life and 1TB-ready expandable memory. If your phone has a heart rate monitor, which is basically any Samsung flagship from the Galaxy S5 onwards, it can take advantage of that, too. Rather fortunately, there appears to be enough coming to get Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 across the line.

The front looks just like the Note 8.

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The bottom edge of the Galaxy Note 9 features a compartment for S Pen, an external speaker, USB-C port and a 3.5mm audio jack.

Like the recently announced Galaxy Tab S4, the Note9 is expected to support Samsung's "Dex" Android desktop mode without the need for an extra piece of dock hardware.

The Samsung Note 9 is being officially unveiled on August 9.

News of a 512GB version came as far back as May, with rumours from serial leaker Ice Universe suggesting this would be paired with a whopping 8GB of RAM. And this could be the starting price for the Galaxy Note 9 in India as well.

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