Samsung’s website in New Zealand accidentally published a video featuring the company’s soon-to-be-announced Galaxy Note 9 phone.
The video was first noticed by the tech site SamMobile before it was taken offline, but another version of it still lives on YouTube.
The video shows the Galaxy Note 9 and its iconic “S Pen” stylus. It also suggests Samsung will sell a model with 512 gigabytes of storage — twice that of any phone currently sold on the market — and support for expanding that storage up to 1 terabyte. That’s probably more than most folks need.
Samsung’s Galaxy Note family of products has attracted a cult following since the first Note was launched in 2011. That device ushered in a new wave of “phablet” phones with screens that were larger than traditional phones at the time.
Samsung is hosting its Galaxy Note 9 launch event in Brooklyn, New York, on Thursday when it will formally provide more information on the new phone.
Samsung declined to comment on the video.