The Samsung New Zealand Division has published an introduction video of the Galaxy Note 9 on YouTube by mistake. The device will be launched at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event on August 9.
In the 30-second advertising video, the Korean company shows some of the main features of the new flagship with S-Pen. Among these we find:
- A new powerful S Pen
- Powerful battery to ensure all-day usage (4000mAh)
- Maximum storage of 1TB (512GB of internal storage + 512GB of Micro SD support)
Samsung had also published the full pre-order details of the Galaxy Note 9 on its New Zealand website. Alongside an image of the smartphone bottom of the smartphone and the S Pen were the words – ‘Say hello to super power’. Samsung had even invited users to pre-order the Galaxy Note 9 teasing, “Now you can be one of the first to experience it.” However, you cannot do that right now.
Samsung has removed the pre-order page. While you will have to wait for the page to resurface again, Blass has also posted a screenshot that shows the contents of the page. The image provides a clear look at the Galaxy Note 9’s rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, dual camera setup, 3.5mm headphone jack, USB Type-C port, and an upgraded S Pen stylus. The handset showcased in a Blue color along with the Yellow S Pen.
Regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 specifications, it should be equipped with Exynos 9810 SoC (or Snapdragon 845, depending on the market), 6GB / 8GB of RAM and three different storage variants with 128GB/256GB and 512GB of internal storage.
It will come with a 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED Infinity Display with an 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The multimedia sector will consist of a dual camera on the back and a single at the front. The fingerprint sensor will once again at back, but in a central position with respect to the glass body. Finally, the battery capacity should be 4000mAh.