Samsung Note 9 Release Date Leaks

Ruben Fields
August 3, 2018

The news is it'll come in a 512GB version as well as 512GB of microSD storage.

Update: The original video link has since been pulled so but it looks like SamMobile got a hold of it first. The video promises all-day battery from the phone, and also shows that a 512GB model will be available - and with the addition of a 512GB memory card, this means that the handset can have up to 1TB of storage. The Galaxy Note 9 will arrive in both Exynos 9810 and Snapdragon 845 SoC variants, while it will include 6GB of RAM, nearly certainly.

The photo of the Galaxy Note 9 was first spotted by eminent phone leakster Evan Blass.

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Samsung New Zealand has leaked the August 24 release date for the Galaxy Note 9 ahead of the planned official reveal at their Unpacked media junket, which is occurring on the 9th of August.

The leak comes courtesy of the Samsung pre-order page launched in New Zealand (which has since been taken down), which clearly showed off the Galaxy Note 9 in Blue with the lovely yellow S Pen laid atop it. Now, the introduction video of the smartphone has also been leaked, which highlights its top features.

As for enhanced battery life, rumour has it that the Note 9 will pack a large 4,000mAh battery with support for both fast and wireless charging. Moreover, there's a dual-camera with a fingerprint sensor placed in the centre, beneath the cameras. It is possible that in India, the Note 9 will launch with similar prices, although these would be the MRPs and the market operating price (MoP) could be lower by a few thousand rupees. A variant with 8GB of RAM and 256GB / 512GB storage is also expected.

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