The source, as Evan predicted, has since been taken down. Samsung says that the Note 9 is "1 terabyte ready with expandable memory", and the fine print in that part of the video appears to confirm that Samsung will sell a version of the Note 9 with 512GB of built-in storage. It gives us our best glimpse at the Note 9 so far, and points out a number of big features, including "all day battery" life.
The launch event for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is set for next week with a big announcement taking place in NY on August 9. It is said that Note 9 will come with an improved cooling system and S Pen and apparently an attention to the gaming world.
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The front looks just like the Note 8.
Originally spotted by SamMobile, the video confirms that there will be a 512GB model of the Note 9 and, excitingly, the handset allows for an additional 512GB of storage space to be added via a microSD card. The one design change is a reworked fingerprint reader placement, which was panned past year for being too hard to reach. Of course, photos from a distance don't show us much, but they do reveal the re-configured camera array and rear fingerprint sensor.
Samsung generally moves pretty quickly with retail availability, and we anticipate seeing the Galaxy Note 9 on shelves within a couple of weeks, but definitely before Apple does its next phone release. Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is scheduled to launch at "Galaxy Unpacked" event on August 9. The stylus will reportedly receive Bluetooth connectivity support along with a new option to unlock the device. It is speculated that one of the most anticipated games for Android, Fortnite, can get exclusive for 30 days to Note 9. The phone's display is expected to be a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED.