Samsung posts first Galaxy Note 9 trailer and it looks hella cool

Judy Cobb
August 4, 2018

With the launch of Galaxy Note 9 on the horizon, we do hope that even if Samsung has forgotten the Note 7, it still remembers the lessons it learnt from the fiasco.

The boffins at XDA Developers took some details from the Samsung Galaxy Tab S4 and found some new details about how the S Pen will work on the Galaxy Note 9.

The Galaxy S8 update mentions something about turning on Game Launcher and "using more Samsung gaming services". Rather fortunately, there appears to be enough coming to get Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 across the line. This video basically confirms recent leaks, as the device looks identical to the one we've exclusively shared, and those designs that several other sources shared. The base variant will come with 6GB of RAM and 128GB storage, along with a microSD card slot for further expansion.

Samsung accidentally leaked the Galaxy Note 9 again
This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

The marketing image of the device had the headline: "Say hello to super power". The intro video and product page have since been removed, as well as DMCA takedowns issued to those that ripped it to their own YouTube. We've now embedded that video above.

To put than in perspective, Samsung's summer 2018 large flagship phone, the Galaxy S9 Plus, only allowed for 656GB of maximum internal storage space, while Apple's iPhone X only allowed for a comparatively paltry maximum of 256GB. The reason: This is an official launch video of the Galaxy Note 9, which is now already available on the internet. Looks-wise, it doesn't look very different from the Galaxy Note 8, which has been tipped time and again.

As per a report in SoyaCincau, spotted by Slashleaks, the price of Galaxy Note 9 has leaked.

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