The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 ranks among the most anticipated phones this year. Samsung’s upcoming flagship smartphone is expected to help the company rebuild the Galaxy Note family following the disaster of the Note 7 last year. Earlier this month, Samsung suggested that the next generation Galaxy Note 8 would make an appearance on August 23 and the South Korean firm sent out invites to press for its event.
Last week, rumors claimed that the Galaxy Note 8 would be released on August 24, one day after the debut at Samsung’s Unpacked event. However, today’s sources say something contrary. Sources have suggested that the next generation Galaxy Note 8 will hit stores worldwide on September 15.
Back in 2016, Samsung officially announced the Galaxy Note 7 on August 2 and launched the device to the public on August 19, two weeks after the debut. Therefore, it’s nearly impossible that Samsung will release the device on August 24 this year. According to some recent reports, the Galaxy Note 8 will be available for pre-order on August 24, while the launch day is set for September 15 this year.
There have been a lot of rumors and reports regarding Samsung’s upcoming device. Most rumors out there claim that the Galaxy Note 8 will look identical to this year’s Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. However, Samsung will upgrade the hardware with the latest Snapdragon 835 chipset, making the phone the most powerful device on the market.
Some sources say that the device might feature the Snapdragon 836. However, tech experts say that the chip will not be ready to make its way into the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 this year. Besides, the device will come with either 4 or 6 GB of RAM. Noticeably, the phone will feature a dual-cameras setup with much-improved lens.
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