In just over a week from now, Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note 9 at an Unpacked event in New York. However, the Note 9 has already leaked numerous and today another video has surfaced which shows the device in all its glory.
The video shows the Note 9 being used by Chinese screen protector makers for testing purposes. The short video does not reveal anything new about the Note 9 per se. It shows off the glass back and front of the device and confirms that the rear is once again going to be a fingerprint magnet.
The Galaxy Note 9 is going to sport the same design as the Galaxy Note 8 with only a few tweaks. Primarily, Samsung has moved the rear-mounted fingerprint scanner below the dual-camera housing. And unlike the Galaxy S9, Samsung continues to use a horizontal dual-camera setup on its upcoming phablet.
While the Note 9 is expected to share the same internals as the Galaxy S9, Samsung is improving things in a few key areas. Rumors point to the Note 9 coming with a massive 4,000mAh battery. The handset is also expected to come with a minimum 128GB of base storage and offer excellent performance, something which Samsung has teased in its own videos. The S Pen, in particular, is going to get its biggest upgrade in years and offer Bluetooth functionality. It can seemingly be used as a camera shutter button, control music playback, and more.