It also mentions the Note's "all day battery", which it focused on in a teaser video last week.
Update: Samsung just accidentally published (and quickly pulled, SamMobile saved) the below official Galaxy Note9 video. Although this doesn't suggest that the Note 9 will come with 1TB storage, but does hint at a possible high-end variant that may come with 512GB of on-board storage.
What do you think about how the Note 9 is shaping up?
The video also shows aspects we've seen in photos, including the S-Pen, headphone jack, and the back with its dual cameras and fingerprint sensor. While the phone is not yet available for pre-order, Samsung did yesterday launch a page which allows you to reserve your place in line for pre-ordering the Note 9.
Why it matters: Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 isn't being unveiled until August 9, but with so many leaks arriving right now, will there be much left to reveal at the Unpacked event? Now, the introduction video of the smartphone has also been leaked, which highlights its top features. It comes with an S-Pen Stylus, USB-C connector and a headphone jack with a 6.38-inch display (bigger than the Note 8).
Interestingly, the Note 9 will supposedly come with "all-day" battery life too, but the video didn't state the exact capacity of the phablet's battery.
Although the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to pack the same core hardware as the Galaxy S9 and Galaxy S9+, it is yet to be seen if it would also have the same dual rear cameras as the Galaxy S9+. A report has now leaked the pricing details of the Galaxy Note 9 as well.
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