Unsurprisingly, the video has since been taken down by Samsung but the full video can be viewed at the source link below but, of course, nothing is absolutely certain until all is revealed on August 9th. That's likely to be from a 512GB internal storage and 512GB microSD card option.
According to a video spotted by SamMobile, Samsung New Zealand had uploaded a video by accident showing off some of the headline features of the anticipated handset.
Samsung plans to officially launch the Note 9 at the next Unpacked event next Thursday on August 9, and we'll be there for hands-on coverage. The video has since been removed, but you can still find versions of it on YouTube. Samsung places emphasis on storage; the Note 9 could hold 1 TB of (expandable) storage. The Galaxy Note 9, as per the picture, had a redesigned dual camera module on the back and the fingerprint scanner was seen sitting below it.
The new S Pen stylus in bright yellow colour is also shown in the promo video.
Beyond this concrete information on what the phone will offer is not yet available, but we expect some improvements in the camera as well as the obligatory speed improvement over last year's Galaxy Note 8. No huge surprises, then, but perhaps they're detailed in a different Galaxy Note 9 teaser?
Like the recently announced Galaxy Tab S4, the Note9 is expected to support Samsung's "Dex" Android desktop mode without the need for an extra piece of dock hardware. It is speculated that one of the most anticipated games for Android, Fortnite, can get exclusive for 30 days to Note 9.