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Samsung accidentally leaks Samsung Galaxy Note 9’s official launch video

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Samsung Galaxy Note 9 video leak

“Meet the new super powerful note- ” is how Samsung introduces the Note 9 in its freshly leaked video. 

Samsung New Zealand had this video accidentally uploaded on YouTube, which was initially spotted by Sammobile.

The little leak starts with a coral blue Galaxy Note 9 sliding around the frame, focusing at the camera sensors and the re-positioned fingerprint sensor. It’s below the camera now, which is a much more feasible position to reach; instead of the sidelined fingerprint sensor on previous Galaxy models

“Meet the new super powerful note”

In a glimpse, the video shifts focus towards the S Pen which now sports an attractive yellow coat. However, it isn’t clear if Samsung will have other color options for the S Pen. But, the S Pen’s got more powerful, according to the video. Again, the video doesn’t disclose what exceptional stuff the new S Pen will do, but something noticeable is surely behind the curtains. As a matter of fact, I wouldn’t mind haptic feedback on the stylus each time it executes a certain task. But for now, it seems that the S Pen has gained the ability to write on the Note 9’s screen even when it’s asleep. 

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 video leak

The new yellow S Pen

The Note 9 still has something remarkable that you might slip out in the video. It has a headphone jack! While having a headphone jack on a phone, generally, shouldn’t be surprising; it is, in this case, owing to the fact that half the world has already shifted to wireless methods. But, it’s always good to have an extra hole. 

Samsung’s also gonna sell a 512GB model, which will be the new industry record for a flagship smartphone in terms of the highest storage option. Further, the phone’s supposed to have an all-day-long battery, and sport up to an extra 512GB expandable storage allowance. 

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9, however, will witness its official release on 9th August- just a few days down the line. So, what do you think about the new Note?