Official Video of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Is Leaked

Samsung accidentally leaked the Galaxy Note 9 again

Things are hotting up at Samsung what with the mega Galaxy Note 9 device lined for launch on August 9. The image shows the back side of the retail box of Galaxy Note9 which reveals all its specifications, leaving very little for us to imagine about this Samsung flagship.

We also got a look at the rear of the phone, where the fingerprint scanner and camera modules have shifted around like what Samsung has did for the Galaxy S9. The disclaimer is in regards to Samsung promoting the Galaxy Note 9 as being "1 terabyte ready with expandable memory". In the bottom face is a slot under a stylus, a 3.5 mm headphone Jack and USB Type-C.

Aside from the S Pen that we've already mentioned, the Note 9 and Galaxy S9 Plus are probably going to be nearly identical in terms of features.

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Plus, a new slogan: "Say hello to super power". Is Samsung Galaxy Note 9 better than iPhone X? Initial reports, however, claimed that the handset will come with an octa-core Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 SoC. The first ever official teaser video of the Galaxy Note 9 smartphone has just popped up on the internet. It is spotted by popular tipster Evan Blass that pre-orders for the Galaxy Note 9 on New Zealand website were made live. We've also pasted it below, but it could be pulled down by the time you read this. The precise mAh measure is not mentioned in the video, but this should serve as evidence that the Note 9 will be getting a bigger battery compared to its predecessor. We'll have to wait further for that. If you think you'll find its remote control and shortcut capabilities useful - and you enjoy doodling on the screen too - the Note 9 could be the phone for you. Samsung Note 9 could have 12MP+12MP sensors at the back and an 8MP selfie camera.

Really though you're going to be very impressed no matter which handset you opt for.

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