Galaxy Note 9 Hands-On Video Appears, Confirms Leaks

The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has just surfaced in a new video, Mobile Fun managed to get their hands on this video and have shared it online. The source says that the footage has been provided by their contacts in China, which means this is a Chinese variant of the device (Black model), and it is being used for screen protector testing. The provided hands-on video has a duration of about a minute and 13 seconds, and it is embedded down below for your convenience.

In this video, you can see most of the Galaxy Note 9’s design, its sides, front and back sides, though top and bottom sides are not visible. Having said that, this video more or less confirms all the leaks that we’ve seen thus far, and we’ve exclusively shared a couple of Galaxy Note 9 renders recently. The phone will be made out of metal and glass, while its power / lock key will sit on the right. The volume up and down buttons will be included on the left, along with the phone’s Bixby physical key. The S Pen stylus will be a part of the package as well, and it will sit on the bottom of the device, along with a Type-C USB port. The device’s display will be curved, which is easily noticeable in the provided video, while you can also see the phone’s dual camera setup on the back, its heart rate sensor, and a fingerprint scanner which are also included on the back.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will become official on August 9, as the company had scheduled a press event in New York a while back. The device will arrive to the US with the Snapdragon 845 SoC, while the Exynos 9810-powered unit will be available in Europe and a number of other markets. The device will include 6GB of RAM, and will be available in more than one storage flavor. A 4,000mAh non-removable battery is rumored for the Galaxy Note 9, while the device will be IP68-certified for water and dust resistance, and it will support wireless charging.

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