The video itself shows a 512GB memory card being inserted into the Note9 which would make for a total of 1TB in total storage when combined with the 512GB of onboard space.
While Samsung isn't taking pre-orders in New Zealand or anywhere else, you may pre-register to receive information on the "Next Galaxy" right now or wait and watch the offical release at 1am AEST on August 10 on YouTube and their website.
Samsung plans to officially launch the Note 9 at the next Unpacked event next Thursday on August 9, and we'll be there for hands-on coverage. However, several users have posted the same video on the platform.
As you might recall, Galaxy Note 7 was a big disaster for Samsung that ended up costing the company over $19 billion.More news: Apple reaches new landmark with $1 trillion valuation
The marketing image of the device had the headline: "Say hello to super power".
The video gives us a look at the "all new powerful" S Pen, but there's no mention of the Bluetooth functionality we heard about in previous rumors.
As for enhanced battery life, rumour has it that the Note 9 will pack a large 4,000mAh battery with support for both fast and wireless charging. This 30-second promo video is embedded down below, for your convenience. Samsung is also reportedly working on a dual charging wireless pad that it may launch alongside the Galaxy Note 9. A report has now leaked the pricing details of the Galaxy Note 9 as well.
This won't be the only version of the phone - the advert says in the small print "for 512GB models", suggesting there will be other models with less storage.