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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 promo video accidentally goes live on YouTube



We all know that no company would like the details of its upcoming device being leaked much before the official launch. The launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is just around the corner as it is set to launch on August 9, but it looks like the official YouTube channel of Samsung New Zealand couldn’t wait for one more week. Today, the official promotional video of the Note 9 was accidentally posted on the official YouTube channel of Samsung New Zealand. The video shows the design of Note 9 as well as hints at the new S-Pen features. The video, however, is no longer available on that channel.

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The video starts with the line ‘Meet the Super Powerful Note’ and shows the design from the rear. As we already know, there is a horizontal dual camera setup on the back like the one on Note 8, but the fingerprint placement is different this time. Just like all the Samsung flagships, the Galaxy Note 9 has a glass back and an aluminum frame.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Promo Video

The video then shows the line ‘All New Powerful S Pen,’ and we can see the Yellow S-Pen with the Coral Blue Note 9, just as we saw in the previous leaks. According to the reports, the S Pen comes with features like Bluetooth, Music Control, Unlocking the phone remotely and more.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Promo Video

The video continues with the line ‘Powerful All Day Battery,’ and so far, we know that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has a 4,000mAh battery underneath. Finally, we see the line ‘1TB ready with expandable memory’, and it shows that there is a 512GB ROM model of the Note 9 and the phone supports micro SD card up to 512GB.

Well, we already had enough details of the phone, but this official promo video confirmed most of the features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9.


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