The Samsung Galaxy Note 9 appears to have leaked in a video showing the smartphone in real world use. The video was shared by MobileFun, a phone accessories retailer, so it’s to be taken with a pinch of salt. While the device looks very much like the handset leaked so far, it remains turned off, suggesting this could be a dummy unit. The alleged Note 9 is shown from the front and behind to reveal both the cameras and display. The screen bezel is difficult to make out while powered down but it appears to be minimal with the front-facing sensors and camera squeezed into a top slither. This display is rumoured to be a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED with QHD+ resolution, HDR and an 18:5:9 aspect ratio. On the rear are the two lenses of the dual camera which is rumoured to offer the same dual 12MP setup as the Galaxy S9+ . That should also mean dual aperture with f/1.5 and f/2.4 variants for the best low-light photography. There is no sign of the much rumoured new S Pen in this video but expect to hear plenty more about this at the official launch event on August 9.