Published: Sat, August 04, 2018
IT | By Laverne Higgins

Samsung accidentally uploads Galaxy Note 9 reveal video to YouTube

Samsung accidentally uploads Galaxy Note 9 reveal video to YouTube

A commercial video of Galaxy Note 9 has been leaked online revealing the same and some other key design details.

Samsung Health initially debuted as "S Health" on the Galaxy S3. In addition, it resembles the Note 8 very closely. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is scheduled to launch at "Galaxy Unpacked" event on August 9.

It also talks of an all-day battery life, and it has been rumoured that the Galaxy Note 9 will come with a 4000 mAh battery, compared to the 3300 mAh one on the previous variant. It is said that Note 9 will come with an improved cooling system and S Pen and apparently an attention to the gaming world. To prevent users from smearing the dual cameras while accessing the fingerprint scanner, Samsung has repositioned the latter by placing it below the camera module.

The back side of the Galaxy Note 9 will be curved, and the phone's display will also be curved, while the phone will sport minimal bezels, as expected.

With Bluetooth, there really are few limits as to what Samsung could conceivably do here.

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Much of what we've seen about the phone is already here with the shots showing the yellow S Pen with the blue version of the phone. Samsung likes to get in early.

Leaks and official announcements only confirm rumours and speculations around the Galaxy Note 9. In terms of storage, Samsung claims the smartphone to be "1 terabyte ready". The phone is brand new and comes unlocked in an unopened box, so it's basically like getting one from the store.

Most likely there'll be an entry-level phone around this price, and the top-end device might well exceed it.

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