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This is the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 introduction video

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Samsung is scheduled to roll out the red carpet for its next big-screen flagship phone on August 9. In case you haven’t been paying attention to the news, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is coming soon. Although frankly, there is little, if any, information left to be revealed next week when the Note 8 successor makes its formal debut.

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Today further lends credence that we already know too much about the Galaxy Note 9 before it has come out. Samsung’s official introduction video for the Note 9 has surfaced online. It showcases the upcoming device and the all-new S Pen stylus from every angle you can imagine. The since-deleted clip was posted by Samsung New Zealand.

Samsung Galaxy Note 9 official video (reuploaded by SamMobile)

With a runtime of 30 seconds, it doesn’t dive into the phone’s internals. However, it does serve some key highlights, including the device’s supposed “all-day” battery life. There’s also a microSD expansion slot that can house up to a 512GB card (for up to 1 terabyte of total memory), if you have serious cash to burn. Curiously, there’s no mention of Bluetooth connectivity for the S Pen, which has been rumored to be onboard.

As expected, the back of the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 shows a dual-camera system and the company’s trademark heart-rate sensor for its most expensive offerings. You’ll also find a physical fingerprint sensor that has been rightfully moved closer to the center of the panel for easier unlocking on such a tall device. In terms of screen size, the Note 9 is expected to flaunt a 6.3-inch curved OLED display. That’s similar to the one on the Galaxy Note 8.

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It’s likely that the smartphone will be powered by the Samsung Exynos 9810 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 845, depending on where you get it. Reports suggest that a high-specced version with 8GB RAM and 512GB of native storage will be available in certain countries.

The phone has been tipped to go on sale on August 24 — or two weeks after its launch. We wonder if that will be the case in the Philippines, too.

In related news, the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 has been reportedly listed on Lazada’s Malaysian website for RM4,299 (around P55,922 or $1,054) and RM5,099 (P66,328 or $1,251) for 128GB and 512GB memory, respectively. Not far from the leaked prices in Indonesia and South Korea.

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Reviews editor: Ramon "Monch" Lopez has 11 years of professional experience creating and editing content for print and digital publications such as Yahoo. He headed the gadgets-merchandising division of one of the Philippines’ largest retail operators somewhere in between. His latest addiction is the comments section of viral Facebook posts.