Samsung Galaxy Note 9 just got accidentally uploaded on YouTube titled as ‘SAM0058 YT1’ on its official New Zealand page. Earlier, the famous tipster – Evan Blass also revealed a poster, which was showcased at Samsung’s New Zealand website for the pre-order registration. Both the poster and video has been currently taken down by the company. So, it seems that the South Korean tech giant might have accidentally revealed the product or it is just a marketing stunt. Moto Z3 Smartphone With 5G MotoMod Launched in the US; Slated to Go on Sale on August 16.
Going by the teaser video which was accidentally uploaded online showcases the new Samsung Galaxy Note 9 smartphone in a shiny blue colour body. As the video progresses, it reveals quite a few features like dual camera setup, S Pen, USB Type-C port, headphone jack, fingerprint reader and dedicated micro SD slot supports up to 1 TB storage. Also, the video depicted a massive battery life in the upcoming smartphone. Corning Gorilla Glass 6 To Be Featured On Oppo's Next Flagship Smartphone: Report.
Samsung accidentally posted its Galaxy Note 9 into video to YouTube. Oops. pic.twitter.com/NfzikY4tLG
— Tom Warren (@tomwarren) August 3, 2018
For the past four months, there have been many reports about the leaked images, rendered pictures and unboxing video. With these leaks, it is speculated that the upcoming device could be powered by an Exynos 9810 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 845 processor with up to 8 GB RAM and up to 512 GB inbuilt storage. In the camera department, the smartphone is expected to get a dual camera module at the rear comprising 12 MP sensors along with an 8MP camera upfront. The newest flagship from Samsung is likely to be backed by a bigger 4,000 mAh battery, which always has been asked by customers. Google’s Android P May Be Released on August 20; Here Are the First Five Devices to Get New Android 9.0 OS.
Other than that, Samsung Galaxy Note 9 phone may sport a 6.4-inch QHD+ Super AMOLED display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9. Also, the new S Pen is hinted to have Bluetooth support, as per FCC certification making it an improved of the same over the predecessor. With Bluetooth connectivity on the S Pen, the stylus can be used as a remote shutter to click photos and also control the music playback on the device. More details about the upcoming flagship device are expected to be revealed in the coming days. So, watch out for this space for more updates on the new Galaxy Note 9.