Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Video Reveals 512GB Capacity

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Video Reveals 512GB Capacity

Leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Video Reveals 512GB Capacity

That said, we are less than a week away from the unveiling of the Galaxy Note 9, but, we might see someone leaking the price of this phablet as well before it goes official on August 9. The image shows the back side of the retail box of Galaxy Note9 which reveals all its specifications, leaving very little for us to imagine about this Samsung flagship.

In related Galaxy Note 9 news, photos of the new smartphone have leaked, according to The Verge.

Both phones will offer wireless charging, fast charging, a USB-C port and a 3.5mm audio port, and both come with an IP68 rating for dust and waterproofing. The new Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 comes with Samsung DeX, features a better battery, an improved S Pen, and includes a number of new features and enhancements aimed at productivity. The company has also posted a very brief teaser ad through the Samsung Mobile News Twitter account.

The rumors are continuing to flow regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note9, which has uncovered tidbits such as renders showing fingerprint sensor placement, its S Pen, and the possible inclusion of 512GB of onboard storage. The phone could be powered by the Snapdragon 845 processor or Exynos 9810, depending on the region.

The RAM is 6 or 8 GB and internal - from 128 to 512 GB. It's also rumoured to have the same dual aperture technology, so you can adjust the amount of light getting into the lens.

The plus-sized Galaxy will be capable of 1TB of storage with the use of a 512GB microSD card. The short clip promotes the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 by running through the various Note iterations over the years.

As you can see from our comparison, there isn't a lot to choose between the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 (based on what we think we know) and the Samsung Galaxy S9 Plus. We'll have to wait further for that.

Have you used a Galaxy Note before? Companies like Samsung know how to leverage social media the and the press at large, and are believed to feed prominent leakers inside information at strategic points during a product's development.

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