Samsung on Friday appeared to accidentally release an intro video for its upcoming Galaxy Note 9 smartphone. The video starts with the back panel of the device with the text in front of the device reading "Meeting the new super powerful Note".
The brief teaser shows the overall design of the phone.
According to Dmitriy Ryabinin, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is already available in stores in Russian Federation but is not up for sale as of now.
Beyond just a means to write on the display, the S Pen could be more useful when not in direct contact with the Galaxy Note 9; for example, it could be used as a presentation pointer, a remote trigger for the camera, and even as a means of remote alerts. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is scheduled to launch at "Galaxy Unpacked" event on August 9. On the Galaxy Note 8, the dual camera and fingerprint scanner were placed on the same line like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+.
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Storage is important for Samsung, and the Note 9 will have 512GB of built-in memory as well as support for 512GB microSD cards. The newly-styled yellow stylus looks awesome, too. Following this, the company shows off the "all-day battery" of the Galaxy Note 9.
Last year, Samsung set a new record for its smartphones, launching the Galaxy Note 8 for an eye-watering $1,499.
The one bit of new information contained in this latest round of leaks is the reveal of a 512GB version, which would be a first for Samsung.
KitGuru Says: I would have thought an unprecedented 8GB of RAM in a smartphone would count as a unique selling point, which leads me to believe that the Galaxy Note 9 will likely stick to the tried and tested 6GB RAM model. The phone has been listed on a Malaysian website in two variants: one with 128GB storage and the other one with 512GB variant. The base model, with 128 GB of storage is priced at 13,500,000 Indonesian Rupiah, which is the equivalent of nearly Rs.120,000 while the up-specced variant, with 512 GB of storage will cost 17,500,000 (Indonesian Rupiah), which is equal to Rs.155,000.