It appears Samsung has “accidentally” revealed its next Note device, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9. In a newsletter email sent to customers in New Zealand, the Korean company gave us an extensive look at the new Note 9 – there’s even a product video of the phablet.
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. Not only do we have a very detailed look at the yet to be announced device, certain markets will receive a 512GB variant as well.
On top of that, the Galaxy Note 9 storage can be further expanded with a 512GB microSD card. This effectively allows users to store up to 1TB of data on the phablet – that’s quite something. Of course, the video also showcases the redesigned S Pen, though not much info was revealed.
Interestingly, the Note 9 will supposedly come with “all-day” battery life too, but the video didn’t state the exact capacity of the phablet’s battery. Seeing how Samsung is highlighting this particular aspect in the Note 9’s product video, we reckon it will sport at least a larger battery than the Galaxy Note 8’s 3,300mAh cell.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will be officially introduced next week on 9 August. We’ll find out then just how much different it will be compared to its predecessor.