Samsung has released its first video ad for the Galaxy Note 9. The video advert is actually a teaser and doesn’t show the phone at all but actually teases a primary feature of the device.
The 30-second long video shows what it is like to have your phone running low on battery at a terribly inconvenient time. The individual in the video frantically tries to make the battery of his/her phone last longer by reducing brightness, closing apps, turning off location and Wi-Fi and even plugging it into a power bank, but the phone still dies.
Apparently, you wouldn’t have to experience this “traumatic” experience with the Galaxy Note 9. It has been revealed that Samsung’s next flagship will come with a 4,000mAh battery. When it launches on August 9, which the video confirms, the Galaxy Note 9 will be the Note device with the biggest battery.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will also come with a redesigned S Pen with more features, dual rear cameras, and a 6.4-inch Infinity Display. It will support wireless charging and possibly launch alongside a new wireless charger that lets you charge two devices at a time. Depending on the market, the Galaxy Note 9 will come with an Exynos 9810 or Snapdragon 845 processor.