Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is coming sooner than you think

by Muhammad Irfan Raza
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We already knew but it was not officially confirmed: Samsung will launch its next flagship Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in late August.

According to ePrice, Samsung Mobile chief DJ Koh recently confirmed as meeting with journalists in Taiwan saying the announcement will come at end of next month.

It’s official: Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is coming in late August

Koh has not shared exact date previous reports indicated August 23 as launch date and 30th August the press day ahead of IFA trade show in Berlin there is another date that makes no sense. The Samsung has confirmed that Note will indeed launch in late August but have not confirmed the exact date.


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Regardless of the exact date, the timing is important as it will likely predate Apple’s iPhone announcement, which is expected in September.

The Note 8 launch is an important step forward by the company after the failure of Note 7, You may have missed but Samsung has made a Fan Edition of Note 7 for its lovers. Samsung Galaxy S8 which while quite handsome and powerful device that came with awkwardly placed fingerprint sensor the same camera as its predecessor and one key feature of Samsung is missing, Samsung’s smart voice assistant Bixby.

The Note 8 is expected to have a 6.3-inch screen, which is significantly larger than the Galaxy S8’s 5.8-inch screen. It’s also rumored to have a dual rear camera, a Snapdragon 835 processor, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of storage and a 3,300mAh battery. The fingerprint sensor will likely remain in the same horrible spot on the back, though.

According to Koh, the Note 8 will go on sale in September/October, depending on the market. Apple’s iPhone, on the other hand, is rumored to have all sorts of production troubles and could be delayed into October or even November.


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