Samsung Confirms 512 GB Option For Galaxy Note 9
Samsung has accidentally released a promotion video for the upcoming and much-anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 9, revealing an option with no less than 512 gigabytes of internal storage. The company is praising the phone’s ability to reach a total of 1 TB of storage, combining the 512 gigabytes of flash memory with an additional 512 GB microSD card.
The leaked video – which has now been removed – revealed a Galaxy Note 9 in a blue color option, along with a yellow S Pen. One of the promotional shots reads “1 terabyte ready with expandable memory”, and the fine print at the bottom confirms that there will be a 512 GB storage option. The original video was uploaded to Samsung’s official channel for New Zealand.
The rest of the video showed a number of characteristics of the device, praising its long battery life. Unfortunately, it doesn’t get more specific than “an entire day on a single charge”, but judging by the fact that the Note 9 will be a little bit thicker than the previous generation, it’s likely that Samsung has managed to fit in a higher capacity battery.
Somewhat fittingly, Samsung will officially announce and reveal the full technical details and design of the Galaxy Note 9 on an event on August 9th. It’s possible that the Note 9 would be the last smartphone in the series, as rumors have reported that Samsung is considering to merge the Galaxy S and Galaxy Note series from now on.