Now, it seems to have slipped up on its New Zealand sites by leaking the as-of-yet-unannounced Galaxy Note 9, with its introduction video confirming the device to be the world's first 1TB consumer handset with expandable storage.
Someone hasn't quite figured out how YouTube works down in New Zealand.
After several rumors, it is also possible to affirm some of the main features of the new Note 9, including its price which also happened by mistake a few days ago, associated with the Polish market.
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Samsung is getting about as leaky as OnePlus these days, and there have been all manner of details about the upcoming Galaxy Note9 slipping out over recent days. The teaser itself shows the yellow stylus that has been shown in leaked images of late as well as the blue version of the Note 9 that we have to say looks pretty great. Looks-wise, it doesn't look very different from the Galaxy Note 8, which has been tipped time and again. The video also confirms the dual rear camera and fingerprint placement previously rumored, and the presence of the 3.5mm headphone jack for audio. It is said that Note 9 will come with an improved cooling system and S Pen and apparently an attention to the gaming world. Following this, the company shows off the "all-day battery" of the Galaxy Note 9. While the 128GB variant will retail for 69,990 RUB (Rs.75,800 approx.), the 512GB storage variant will cost 89,990 RUB (Rs.97,500 approx.).
DJ Koh was seen using the Galaxy Note 9 in a photograph from a media event. The Galaxy Note 9 will also come with Dual Pixel AF and 960fps slow-motion video recording.
When will the Galaxy Note 9 be released?