The rumors are continuing to flow regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note9, which has uncovered tidbits such as renders showing fingerprint sensor placement, its S Pen, and the possible inclusion of 512GB of onboard storage. With its Unpacked event coming up on August 9 in New York City, we have less than a week to wait before we get the official word from Samsung as to what it has had up its sleeve.
According to a video spotted by SamMobile, Samsung New Zealand had uploaded a video by accident showing off some of the headline features of the anticipated handset. The 30-second video provides a glimpse at the rear camera and flash array and the "all-new powerful S Pen", previously outed in fairly good detail by Evan Blass last week, and an all-day battery. However, what may be of most significance for those wanting a stack of storage is the Note9 being marketed as being "1 terabyte ready" when using expandable memory.
The video itself shows a 512GB memory card being inserted into the Note9 which would make for a total of 1TB in total storage when combined with the 512GB of onboard space. This seems to be corroborated up by the small print found at the bottom of the image and a potential boon for those looking to be able to store more digital content locally rather than up in the cloud.
Unsurprisingly, the video has since been taken down by Samsung but the full video can be viewed at the source link below but, of course, nothing is absolutely certain until all is revealed on August 9th.