There has been never ending news leaking about Samsung’s Note 9 from the time the company;s flagship phone was announced.
Just last week, the official launch promo video for the Note 9 made rounds on the internet with links to the video now cropping up on YouTube.
The Note 9 will also be officially unveiled on August 9.
According to Samsung the new Note 9 is not just powerful but “super powerful” and with a bottoms-up ports & rear view pan that shows a 3.5mm headphone jack sitting in the frame.
Much talked about feature was also a repositioned fingerprint sensor , a change much needed in the last handsets.
Another eye catching feature in the video is a snazzy yellow S Pen stylus which is what makes the Note series what they are. Samsung describes the new stylus as “all new powerful.”
After this, Samsung moves to brag about the Note 9’s “all day battery” (which it’s confidently teased before — so the company looks to have put the Note 7 battery fiasco well and truly behind it), although the usual small print disclaimers warn about variable battery performance.
On the storage front, there’s a big bold claim of the device being “1 terabyte ready” — although this is on account of a 512GB SD card shown being pulled out of the expandable memory slot.
And in the small print displayed on the video at that point the company caveats that the 1TB claim is for 512GB models equipped with another 512GB in expandable memory (at the owner’s separate expense).
“The power to store more” [photos] “Delete less” [photos] is what the company’s marketing team has come up with to try to excite people over the utility of owning a smartphone that can have 1TB in storage capacity. i.e. if you stump up extra for the extra storage.
The video shows a camera roll chock-full of stock photos of pets, snacks and people. Hopefully Note 9 owners will find more creative things to do with 1TB storage.
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