Update: Samsung just accidentally published (and quickly pulled, SamMobile saved) the below official Galaxy Note9 video. Key features shown off in the video are the new S-Pen, all day battery life, support for 512GB microSD cards, and a possible 512GB version of the device.

Don’t bother hitting the source link! The page has been taken down, but not before being immortalized in screenshots, like the one you see below. Someone in New Zealand got really excited about Samsung’s “most powerful phone yet” and has published a pre-order page. Granted, the pre-order button didn’t really work, according to those who were lucky to visit the page before it went offline.

The story here is the fact that, in case you had any doubts, Samsung has officially confirmed the Galaxy Note9 name for the device it will unveil next week. The company has been teasing the “next Galaxy” and, in the US, has also kicked off a reservation (not pre-order) program.

The version of the Galaxy Note9 that is being heavily pushed is the blue variant. Coral or not, it will probably be the “image” of the Galaxy Note9 and will arrive with a yellow S-Pen. Granted, its end will be blue to match the phone’s color.

If you haven’t been following the news, you can catch up on everything we know about the Galaxy Note9. We’ve rounded up all the rumors, leaks, and news for you.

Also, in case you missed this one as well, data from Swappa reveals that the best time to sell your current device is before its successor gets announced. With the Galaxy Note9 around the corner, you should sell your Note8 as soon as you can, otherwise its price will plummet.

Galaxy Note9

You May Also Like

HUAWEI will use TomTom maps now that it lost access to Google

Amsterdam-based TomTom will be providing mapping data to HUAWEI as the two companies have signed an agreement.

Pocketnow Daily: Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra to be the SELFIE KING?!(video)

On today’s Pocketnow Daily, we talk about the possible 40MP selfie camera in the Samsung Galaxy S20 Ultra, Huawei P40 Pro leaks and more

Possible codenames and processors of Google Pixel 4a devices have emerged

We have the possible codenames and processors that may arrive in the upcoming Google Pixel 4a series, and maybe more Pixel devices