Samsung accidentally leaks the image of Galaxy Note 9

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Not only has we now seen official images from an official source, but there's a video to go along with it, introducing the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9.

The Galaxy Note9 will be launched in a couple of days. While the phone is not yet available for pre-order, Samsung did yesterday launch a page which allows you to reserve your place in line for pre-ordering the Note 9.

This all comes from a leaked video from Samsung's New Zealand account, which accidentally published an official pre-order advert for the upcoming phone. But Samsung's video practically confirms that the Note 9 will be Samsung's first phone to support 1TB of flash memory, and that actually is a pretty big deal. A commercial video of Galaxy Note 9 has been leaked online revealing the same and some other key design details. It is said that Note 9 will come with an improved cooling system and S Pen and apparently an attention to the gaming world.

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On top of that, the Galaxy Note 9 storage can be further expanded with a 512GB microSD card.

The Note 8 also claimed an all-day battery life, so it's not a given that Samsung has upgraded the 3,300-mAh capacity for the Note 9. Rather fortunately, there appears to be enough coming to get Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 across the line. The most evident one would be the different placement of the fingerprint sensor which is now below the rear camera lens. The video was eventually pulled down, but was downloaded and then reuploaded to YouTube for us all to see. And this could be the starting price for the Galaxy Note 9 in India as well. The smartphone could sport a 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. 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.

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