Just when we thought the Galaxy Note 9 leaks had run dry, a mouth-watering new official Samsung video has confirmed that the new handset will feature a very tasty 1TB of internal storage space. The South Korean giant has accidentally posted a video for its upcoming flagship smartphone, alongside the S Pen stylus.
Like the recently announced Galaxy Tab S4, the Note9 is expected to support Samsung's "Dex" Android desktop mode without the need for an extra piece of dock hardware. The Galaxy Note 9 will come with 512GB on-board storage as well, confirms the teaser video. The 512GB variant has been listed with price RM5099, which in Indian rupees should equal to close to Rs 86,000.
The photo of the Galaxy Note 9 was first spotted by eminent phone leakster Evan Blass. Naturally this is achieved by including microSD cards of up to 512GB, but the phone itself having a storage configuration of up to 512GB is notable as it's the first time a mainstream vendor will be offering such high capacities.
The marketing image of the device had the headline: "Say hello to super power". Following this, the company shows off the "all-day battery" of the Galaxy Note 9. This 30-second promo video is embedded down below, for your convenience.
Samsung generally moves pretty quickly with retail availability, and we anticipate seeing the Galaxy Note 9 on shelves within a couple of weeks, but definitely before Apple does its next phone release.
From all the renders and leaks we've seen, we can speculate with some confidence as to what the Galaxy Note 9 will look like. Taking this as face value means we're going to get a phone with the long-rumoured 4,000 mAh battery, a welcome 700 mAh increase from the Note 8.