Someone hasn't quite figured out how YouTube works down in New Zealand. The video, that has now been taken down, teases and also confirms some of the top features of the Galaxy Note 8 successor. If so, hopefully Note 9 buyers will get a discount; the PNY card costs $350.
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"The image of the leaked upcoming device confirms the Galaxy Note 9 name - not that, it would be anything else - but gives us a clear look at its 3.5-mm headphone jack, rear-mounted fingerprint sensor, switched-up dual camera and upgraded S-Pen stylus", CNET reported late on Thursday. While we don't know pricing, Samsung itself said the price will be "reasonable," though without naming names.
The marketing image of the device had the headline: "Say hello to super power". The video also affirms most of the things that were spotted in the pre-order announcement page. It comes in a bold new yellow shade and Samsung is calling it "all new powerful S Pen".
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As for enhanced battery life, rumour has it that the Note 9 will pack a large 4,000mAh battery with support for both fast and wireless charging. It is possible that in India, the Note 9 will launch with similar prices, although these would be the MRPs and the market operating price (MoP) could be lower by a few thousand rupees.
This won't be the only version of the phone - the advert says in the small print "for 512GB models", suggesting there will be other models with less storage.
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