LEAK: Samsung Note 9 may have 1 terabyte of storage

Yolanda Curtis
August 9, 2018

The original video, which appears to be an official introduction clip for the Note 9, was taken down a few minutes later. If you're interested in watching the live stream, head over to Samsung's YouTube channel, but if data is at a premium we'll be live tweeting all the details for the latest Galaxy Unpacked event, so be sure to follow.

The original tweet that invited people to the launch on the 9th of August promised a yellow/gold S-Pen. The invite shows a broad array of Samsung's product line-up, including a TV, Fridge, Washer and of course the soon to be announced Galaxy Note 9.

The leak confirms that complete with Note 9 in the blue paint will go, the S Pen stylus Golden brown.


Meanwhile, it's been hinted before that the Galaxy Note 9 will be powered by a 4,000mAh battery. It is coupled with 4GB RAM and 64GB/256GB internal storage.

Well, the talk is about the Galaxy A8 Star and Galaxy J2 Core. Samsung has also provided a number of additional capabilities to the rear cameras like Portrait Dolly, Background Blur Shapes, and Portrait Backdrop features. Please keep in mind that while you will be billed $25 for the Galaxy S8+ and $30 for the Galaxy Note 8, here is how you will be compensated.

The video also tells us that a 512GB Galaxy Note 9 exists, but what's interesting is that the phone also supports up to 512GB microSD cards.


There is also an option to extend Samsung DeX to an external monitor with a compatible HDMI to USB-C multi-port adapter. The two camera features AR emoji and slow-motion videos. The trouble is, we still don't know just when we'll be able to expect it.

According to a new report, an APK of the game's installer found on APK Mirror reportedly screens the device its running on before it downloads the files needed to run the actual game.

As regards the software, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will run on Android P (why not!).


The Galaxy S9 has received a very lukewarm response with sales numbers performing poorer than last year.Lack of innovation is one of the biggest factors affecting the Galaxy S9.

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