The Unpacked event taking place next week will usher in a high-end phone, but Samsung can’t stop its Galaxy Note 9 from leaking before then. In a new hands-on video, the Galaxy Note 9 is shown from just about every angle.
Mobile Fun, a U.K.-based retailer that specializes in accessories, decided it should reveal Samsung’s second 2018 flagship a little early. The clip isn’t very clear, but you can definitely tell it’s the Galaxy Note 9 based on other leaks that have surfaced online recently.
Because the display isn’t turned on, we can’t say much about the Samsung Experience and if it’ll be tweaked at all. Truthfully, the likely scenario is that the software on the Galaxy Note 9 matches what’s already on the Galaxy S9. Samsung keeps its overlay the same between flagships.
Here’s the video, courtesy of Mobile Fun:
New phone, same look
Samsung is set to announce the Galaxy Note 9 on Thursday, August 9. The Unpacked event in New York City will start at 11:00AM ET. With it being held at the Barclays Center, expect to see a major introduction and possibly additional hardware.
Following the live-stream, stick with TechnoBuffalo for continuing live coverage. We’ll have all the information on Samsung’s Galaxy Note 9.
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