Those specs will come with a price hike, though.
Meanwhile, today's leak also includes plenty of marketing material to peruse, including showcasing the new Bluetooth-equipped S Pen, the dual cameras on the back of the Note 9, and the built-in DeX support so you can get a PC-like experience just by plugging the Galaxy Note 9 in, meaning there's no need for a base station anymore.More news: Dota 2 veterans defeated by OpenAI bots
But he said the unlocked version of the 512GB model will be priced at £1,099 in the UK.
"This is not only a massive and class-leading amount (iPhones top out at 256GB), but it is also a massive U-turn from Samsung which has previously shipped its phones with minimal internal memory and relied upon microSD cards for a bigger boost", the report added.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 is sure to be a very expensive handset, but in order to make the price more palatable it might come with some freebies, as part of a "Value Pack".More news: The Live-Action Star Wars Show Will Reportedly Be Very Expensive
Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will get unveiled this week, but with all the rumours that have been surfacing on the Web, we probably know what to expect from the smartphone. For selfies, the phone will offer an 8-megapixel wide-angle camera.
With the Galaxy Note 9, it appears as though Samsung will do everything in its power to avoid making the same mistake twice. In India, Samsung sells Exynos variants of its flagship phones. The latest Samsung phone will also be powered by a 4,000mAh battery. Since this is the worldwide version of the Galaxy Note 8, it will only work with GSM networks, so if you're looking for a Verizon or Sprint-compatible phone, this isn't it. The phone will retain the company's iris scanner for biometric authentication.
In an earlier leak that revealed a lot of details about the Note 9, a Reddit user named Wan997 posted that Note 9 preorders would give customers a choice between wireless noise-canceling headphones from AKG or a Fortnite gaming bundle. The camera will feature Samsung's variable aperture system, which will allow users to switch between f/1.5 and f/2.4.More news: Former Trump campaign staffer admits financial crimes