+ Wednesday July 24th, 2019

We’re just two weeks out from the launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 and Samsung is really ramping up their teasing for the event with a series of new teaser videos.

The series of videos is titled ‘A Lot Can Change In a Day’ and features three videos, each concentrating on a commonly frustrating aspect of using a mobile phone: Speed, Space and Power. The videos all clock in at 30-seconds each, and simply show people having issues with their current phone. The three issues are likely to be taken care of with the rumoured specs of the Galaxy Note 9.


The Galaxy Note 9 will be powered by either a Snapdragon 845 (US & China) or an Exynos 9810 (the rest of the world), with 6GB of RAM, which should make the phone lightning fast.


Rumours suggest that the Galaxy Note 9 will have anywhere between 128GB, and all the way up to 512GB of on-board storage though the 512GB model could possibly only launch in selected markets. Samsung has also traditionally included a microSD card slot on their Note series, so that should help too.


The size of the Galaxy Note series phones have always allowed for a large battery to be included in the phone. While the Galaxy Note 8 had a 3,300mAh battery, rumours point to the Note 9 including a whopping 4,000mAh battery

The Galaxy Note 9 – and possibly some other goodies – will be unveiled at 1am on August 10th AEST in New York. The event will be live-streamed through their YouTube channel, so if you’re interested tune in and check it out or if you’re needing your sleep we’ll have it summed up for you when you wake up.

Source: Samsung.

Daniel Tyson  


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