Thanks to the leaked video above, obtained by Mobile Fun, we've got a good look at the Galaxy Note 9. Unfortunately the phone isn't turned on because the video is intended to show the screen protector, but it does confirm what we already thought we knew about Samsung's latest flagship, following the first leaked images of Note 9.

Also see: 5 things we learned from the first Galaxy Note 9 review

Fundamentally, the design remains very similar to the Note 8 - and why fix something that isn't broken? 

What you can see on the rear is that the fingerprint sensor has moved so you're less likely to smear the cameras when trying to unlock the phone.

Contrary to earlier rumours, the scanner won't be embedded into the screen. And the display is rumoured to be 0.1" bigger than on the Note 8 which has a 6.3in screen, though it's impossible to tell if that's true from the video.

Check out more details on the Note 9's launch and specs.