Galaxy Note 9 launch video leaks online

Galaxy Note 9 launch video leaks online

The video - which has since been taken down on Samsung New Zealand's YouTube page - gives us a number of interesting details on the Galaxy Note 9.

On Friday, SamMobile spotted an intro video that had been uploaded to YouTube by Samsung New Zealand.

In the video, we are treated to a full view of the Galaxy Note9 and some interesting revelations.

Why it matters: Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 isn't being unveiled until August 9, but with so many leaks arriving right now, will there be much left to reveal at the Unpacked event? Yes, the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leak shows hefty prices for 128 GB and 512 GB, models.

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The truth is, though, for productivity and entertainment powerhouse devices like the Note 9, having big internal storage space in the armoury is very desirable.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been speculated to come with a 512GB model for quite some time now.

Samsung's boss DJ Koh himself can't wait for the Galaxy Note 9 to be released, and has been seen in public using the new device.

The image confirms rumors that the Note 9's design will be quite similar to the Note 8, with one notable difference: The fingerprint sensor is now positioned centrally, beneath the cameras. However, several users have posted the same video on the platform. While the resolution has not been mentioned on the box, it is likely that the Galaxy Note 9 will have the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio as the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9 Plus. The company describes the stylus as "all new powerful", It also shows its physical button being pressed. If so, hopefully Note 9 buyers will get a discount; the PNY card costs $350.

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