With the launch of Galaxy Note 9 on the horizon, we do hope that even if Samsung has forgotten the Note 7, it still remembers the lessons it learnt from the fiasco. That's just embarrassing. Today, Samsung accidentally posted a video for its next flagship phone, the Galaxy Note 9.
If you check out the provided video, you will not only get a great look at the phone itself, but also its S Pen stylus.
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. The Galaxy Note 9 will arrive in both Exynos 9810 and Snapdragon 845 SoC variants, while it will include 6GB of RAM, nearly certainly.
The Samsung video starts off by touting the power of the Galaxy Note 9.
Last year's Note8 was a big redesign for the Note line, and this year's Galaxy Note9 is pretty much the same design with upgraded internals. The page, first spotted by Evan Blass, reads, "Say hello to superpower" and invites customers to preorder and be "one of the first to experience it". But it does mean a 512GB variant will be available. It tells viewers that the phone is not just powerful but "super powerful".
Interestingly, the Note 9 will supposedly come with "all-day" battery life too, but the video didn't state the exact capacity of the phablet's battery. We've now embedded that video above. The Galaxy Note 9 will also come with Dual Pixel AF and 960fps slow-motion video recording.
What I said recently about the OnePlus 6 rings true with Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 9; it's not good enough anymore to make a good phone with good features.