Galaxy Note 8 to be released on August 23
Samsung has rolled out the big news about its upcoming flagship Galaxy Note 8. The company said that it will be launching Galaxy Note 8 on August 23rd in New York City. Samsung has officially sent out invitations for its unpacked event. The invitation simply features a bezel-less display outline with a slogan “ “Do bigger things” and an S pen image.
The upcoming unpacked event will be crucial for Note flagship as the Galaxy Note 7 was undermined due to its battery combustion fiasco. However, the company has launched refurbished version of Galaxy Note 7 with 3,200 mAh battery– smaller than the original variant.
The upcoming Note 8 is rumored to feature infinity display. The phone might also feature a 64GB built-in storage with wireless charging option and an Exynos 8895 chipset to power it up. Moreover, it is also rumored that the new phone might ship with a fingerprint reader integrated into a display and dual rear cameras.
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Rumored specification list of Galaxy Note 8:
- Iris scanner and screen embedded fingerprint scanner
- 64GB built-in storage with wireless charging option
- Exynos 8895 chipset
- Infinity Display
- large front screen
- 0.6 inches larger than its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 7
- 12-megapixel dual rear cameras
- Pixel-sense 4K resolution
- Pressure-sensitive screen
- 3,300mAh battery
- Bixby AI 2.0
Moving onward, a leak suggests that the company might release Samsung Galaxy J7’s new variant, featuring dual-camera. Furthermore, the company has also recently launched another one of its flagship dubbed as Galaxy J7 Max.