It seems as though someone in New Zealand truly messed up, as Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 product page was made live in the country alongside the introduction video leaking to its Samsung New Zealand YouTube channel. The teaser also notes (pun intended!) that this will be a 1TB phone thanks to 512GB of on-board storage as well as support for up to 512GB of additional storage with the the inclusion of microSD card support.
According to the latest reports, the latest upcoming flagship of the South Korean giant, of course, Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 should win a version with 512 GB of internal storage, and it will not be cheap at all.
Collectively, the Note 9 is confirmed to have a 4000 mAh battery, the largest battery Samsung has ever put in a mass-market smartphone.
Excited still? Will there be any surprises come next Thursday?
The phone has been rumoured to be quite similar to Note 8 when it comes to its specifications. We can also see that Samsung has indeed moved the fingerprint reader to a spot below the rear cameras rather than putting it to the right of them like on the Note 9. Samsung's Note lineup tends to offer the best of the best and we don't see this year being any different at all. The device will be made out of metal and glass, just like its predecessor, while it will sport a 3.5mm headphone jack on the bottom. The new model is rumoured to be backed by a 4000mAh battery.
When will the Galaxy Note 9 be released?
What will Samsung's Galaxy Note 9 cost? In addition, it resembles the Note 8 very closely.
Most likely there'll be an entry-level phone around this price, and the top-end device might well exceed it.