It is now less than a week before Samsung officially unveils the Galaxy Note 9. The flagship phablet is billed to go official on August 9 when the Galaxy Unpacked event will hold. However, a promotional video for the Note 9 has just been leaked on Samsung’s New Zealand YouTube channel.
The video introduces the Galaxy Note 9, highlighting the major features of the phablet, especially the redesigned S-pen. The video has since been taken down but thankfully, it is still online in case you care for an early preview. It also affords us the opportunity to see the device is real life images with the model having a Coral Blue color. The S Pen appears in yellow and is promoted as coming with Bluetooth connectivity and additional features.
One other thing, the Galaxy Note 9 promotional video also hints at a massive storage especially the expandable capability. In essence, it suggests the storage can be expanded via microSD slot up to 1 terabyte. This may actually play out with the device having a 512GB of internal storage which can be expanded up to 500GB using the microSD slot. Another point in the teaser is the prolonged battery life which the device promises to offer with the screamer “all day battery life”. Don’t expect more than the bumped up 4000mAh battery the device has been confirmed to feature. The video also confirms the rear dual camera arrangement that was leaked earlier on. You can check out the promotional video from below.