It appears that the image is part of a pre-order offer for subscribers to Samsung's New Zealand newsletter.
In the video, we are treated to a full view of the Galaxy Note9 and some interesting revelations. If your phone has a heart rate monitor, which is basically any Samsung flagship from the Galaxy S5 onwards, it can take advantage of that, too. Yes, the latest Samsung Galaxy Note 9 leak shows hefty prices for 128 GB and 512 GB, models. We're close to the launch of the Galaxy Note 9, and if anything they've increasing in frequency - probably in an attempt to beat launch day. This video basically confirms recent leaks, as the device looks identical to the one we've exclusively shared, and those designs that several other sources shared. The video also talks of unlimited storage space and confirms that the phone will come with 1TB microSD slot. The 30-second video that was first spotted by SamMobile seems to be the introduction video for the Note 9 asking users to pre-order the device. Moreover, there's a dual-camera with a fingerprint sensor placed in the centre, beneath the cameras.
KitGuru Says: I would have thought an unprecedented 8GB of RAM in a smartphone would count as a unique selling point, which leads me to believe that the Galaxy Note 9 will likely stick to the tried and tested 6GB RAM model. The phone's display is expected to be a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ Super AMOLED.