Samsung accidentally leaked the Galaxy Note 9 again

Yolanda Curtis
August 3, 2018

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

This is the first time we've heard about the 512GB version of the phone and it clearly states you'll be able to put a top size microSD card into it to up the storage to 1TB.

The Galaxy Note9 is due to be unveiled on August 9, but an image (now removed) that appeared on the Samsung site in New Zealand gives us a great look at what to expect.

The back side of the Galaxy Note 9 will be curved, and the phone's display will also be curved, while the phone will sport minimal bezels, as expected. Samsung is also reportedly working on a dual charging wireless pad that it may launch alongside the Galaxy Note 9. We're close to the launch of the Galaxy Note 9, and if anything they've increasing in frequency - probably in an attempt to beat launch day. The Galaxy Note 9 will arrive in both Exynos 9810 and Snapdragon 845 SoC variants, while it will include 6GB of RAM, nearly certainly.

For the cameras, Samsung has brought over the dual camera setup from the Galaxy S9+, which combines two 12MP sensors.

Collectively, the Note 9 is confirmed to have a 4000 mAh battery, the largest battery Samsung has ever put in a mass-market smartphone. And if that's not enough, a retail box has already been leaked, revealing all of its key specifications.

The Samsung video starts off by touting the power of the Galaxy Note 9. To get there, Samsung will introduce 128GB and 512GB storage models (there may be a 256GB model too). As per the image, the device could be available in the Blue colour variant alongside a yellow stylus. A report has now leaked the pricing details of the Galaxy Note 9 as well.

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