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Samsung posts first Galaxy Note 9 trailer and it looks hella cool

Samsung has shown off the Galaxy Note 9 and given us some core details about it in a new trailer. Check it out here.

Published onAugust 3, 2018

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 trailer screenshot.

Update #3, August 03, 04:32 AM ET: After the previous links were removed, we’ve now uploaded our own version of the trailer. Check it out below.

Update #2, August 03, 04:21 AM ET: It looks like the SamMobile video has also now been pulled. We’re searching for another source.

Update #1, August 03, 04:02 AM ET: The original video link has since been pulled so but it looks like SamMobile got a hold of it first. We’ve now embedded that video below.

Original coverage, August 03, 03:52 AM ET: Samsung has posted a new trailer for the upcoming Galaxy Note 9. The video, published yesterday on Samsung’s New Zealand YouTube channel, shows off the device in the gold and navy color scheme we’ve seen previously and provides a handful of details about the handset.

You can look forward to “all day battery life,” “one terabyte” of storage (with the help of a 512GB card), and an “all-new powerful S Pen,” from the new Note, which is set to be launched next Thursday (August 9). The video also confirms the dual rear camera and fingerprint placement previously rumored, and the presence of the 3.5mm headphone jack for audio.

We don’t get many other details about the device, save for a quick look at the S Pen’s note-taking interface, but we’ve heard enough speculation already to make some good guesses about its other specs and features. It’s said to come with a 6.3-inch display, Snapdragon 845 or Exynos 9810 chipset, up to 8GB of RAM and as much as a 4,000mAh battery; read more in our Galaxy Note 9 rumors hub.

We also don’t know exactly why the video was posted. Judging by the current view count, and its title “SAM0058 YT 1,” we suspect it’s not being widely distributed.

What do you think about how the Note 9 is shaping up? Let me know in the comments.

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