The Network posted a promotional video of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9

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In yet another leak, Samsung New Zealand has revealed the official promo video of Samsung Galaxy Note 9 to YouTube which confirms that the upcoming flagship will have massive storage. This leak has happened again from the company itself.

In what is seen as an accidental release, the video shows features that will be included in the new upcoming device.

Fortnite for Android will reportedly have a 30-day exclusivity period for the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Tab S4, then.

As far as features go this S Pen is rumoured to house added Bluetooth functionality that will allow users to use the stylus as an interface to toggle devices like media players on and off, or a remote clicker for presentations. A leaked photo of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 screen protector shows that it may have a larger iris scanner.

After datamining the installer APK file, the site reports that customers who pre-order the new smartphone will receive 15,000 V-Bucks. The smartphone really has no big differences from the leaks. To make it all even better for those who want to know all about the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 already, a retail box from Russian Federation has just surfaced online as well. The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 also supports video playback of up to 25 hours.

The image shows that the new Note 9 will look quite similar to the Note 8 with the only difference being the fingerprint sensor - which is now located beneath the cameras. It is powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon octa-core 450SoC couped with 4GB RAM.

The Galaxy J8 (6in HD+) and J6 (5.6in HD+) are equipped with Samsung's Super Amoled display technology, giving users 15% more display area without jeopardising their overall size. It is having two 12MP sensors, the primary sensor offers variable aperture along with Dual Pixel PDAF support, It will adjust between the aperture from f/1.5 to f/2.4 as per the lighting condition. There aren't 512GB microSD cards available in all countries, but Samsung will still be able to market the Galaxy Note 9 as having "up to 1TB" off storage.