Samsung has a whole lot of hype around its upcoming Galaxy Note 9 smartphone and for good reason - it's the last flagship smartphone the company will unveil until at least CES 2019 which is when we should begin to see or hear official things about the Galaxy X, the world's first foldable smartphone.
For now, we'll deal with the latest rumor on the Galaxy Note 9 that sees it packing a huge 1TB of storage. Not only that, but Samsung will be pushing a larger battery into the Galaxy Note 9 where 'all-day battery' is being offered. We're expecting a 4000mAh battery inside of the Galaxy Note 9, up from the smaller 3300mAh battery which should provide the 'powerful all-day battery' that Samsung is teasing.
Samsung should offer up a Galaxy Note 9 with 512GB of storage and the option of upgrading to 1TB of internal storage with the expandable microSD card slot taking up to 512GB. There aren't 512GB microSD cards available in all countries, but Samsung will still be able to market the Galaxy Note 9 as having 'up to 1TB' off storage.