Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Video Confirms A 512GB Model

Saul Franklin
August 6, 2018

We have seen numerous leaks of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 9, though the bulk have been from outside sources, not from with the South Korean handset maker itself. The biggest difference is apparently the position of the fingerprint sensor that has been moved from the vertical-positioned sensor next to the dual rear camera setup that was featured on the Galaxy Note 8 past year to a horizontal-oriented sensor.

While nothing is truly official until Samsung unveils the device on August 9, the rumor mill has been churning with leaks about the device for a long time. As mentioned, the Note 9 will also come with the S Pen stylus. The same event, which will be held in NY, is also likely to be the place for the Galaxy Watch and Galaxy Tab S4.

Plus, a new slogan: "Say hello to super power". Will the massive storage capability tempt you to get a Samsung Galaxy Note 9?

The RAM is 6 or 8 GB and internal - from 128 to 512 GB. A poster leaked by Twitter user Ice Universe also recently, though it highlighted the new Galaxy Note model in Purple colour. The device will be powered by an Exynos 9810 chipset in most markets, while in the U.S. it will likely be powered by a Snapdragon 845 chipset.

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We're less than a week away from the official reveal of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. We'll have to wait and see what happens in 2019.

The video continues with the line "Powerful All Day Battery, ' and so far, we know that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a 4,000mAh battery underneath". Well, the answers to these questions can be answered once we have our hands on the Galaxy Note 9, but if you'd like to take an early call, here are the possible specifications of Samsung's upcoming phablet. There is a notch at the top of the display with the P20 Pro, something you likely won't find on the Note 9, but it can be hidden with software for a seamless look.

So expect something new and not just smartphone when Samsung visits the IFA 2018 event.

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