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Samsung accidentally leaked the Galaxy Note 9 again

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 official video leak shows it'll offer a huge 1TB of storage

Ahead of the launch, Samsung New Zealand has accidentally posted the official intro video for Galaxy Note 9 on its YouTube channel.

Samsung released an official image of the gadget on which it is shown from the back side.

We also got a look at the rear of the phone, where the fingerprint scanner and camera modules have shifted around like what Samsung has did for the Galaxy S9. The Note 9 lineup will boast a model with 512GB onboard storage, but if you can not afford that particular version, the smartphone's microSD slot will cater for a further 1 TB of memory. Connecting to an external monitor will require a compatible HDMI to USB-C multi-port adapter, which is not included, but that's a small price to pay for a big-screen display on a portable tablet.

Apart from the new position of the fingerprint sensor, the leaked render shows that the dual camera setup of the Galaxy Note 9 matches the paintjob of its back panel.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will likely launch on Android Oreo with Samsung's Experience UX over the top.

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The Galaxy Note9 will come with 128 GB of internal storage, but, according to the video mistakenly shared by Samsung, you will be able to insert a microSD card of up to 512 GB in the device. The Galaxy Note 9 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 845/ Exynos 9810 depending on where you live, and a 4,000mAh battery with wireless and fast charging support.

Are you getting exhausted of the all the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leaks? We'll have to wait and see what happens in 2019. Well, the answers to these questions can be answered once we have our hands on the Galaxy Note 9, but if you'd like to take an early call, here are the possible specifications of Samsung's upcoming phablet. It's been another excellent year for Samsung phones, and we're looking forward to what the company comes up with for 2019.

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