512GB Variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 Confirmed in Official Launch Video Leak


The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been leaked ahead of its launch which is scheduled to take place on 9th August, and this time again it is from Samsung itself. The company accidentally posted a video for its upcoming flagship smartphone, alongside the S Pen stylus. Some time back, Samsung had leaked the smartphone via its own site confirming some of the design details of the Galaxy Note 9. The latest leak reveals storage information details and more.

An official video from Samsung, originally spotted by SamMobile, features a Yellow colour S Pen stylus alongside the Blue variant of the Galaxy Note 9. The little teaser showcases the overall design of the smartphone, something that was already hinted at in the pre-order announcement. However, the most interesting highlight of the latest leak is that the 512GB variant of the Galaxy Note 9 has now been confirmed which will be expandable (up to 1TB) via microSD card.

Samsung has pulled the Galaxy Note 9 video from YouTube now. However, many users have posted the same video on the platform.

The Galaxy Note 9 will be launched at Samsung’s Galaxy Unpacked event this coming week, but many leaks and rumours over the past few months have already hinted at most of the features of the upcoming phablet.

Something important to take into consideration is that the Galaxy Note 9 is expected to launch around the same time as Android P. At the moment, there is no clarity on whether Samsung will power the smartphone with the new Android OS when it starts shipping.

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