Apart from confirming the fact that there will be a Galaxy Note 8, the South Korean Smartphone giant has been quiet about its plans about flagship successors, not that it means we don’t have any pieces of information though, the phone has been leaking almost every week. And we know almost everything about the upcoming phone.
Samsung’s CEO Gao Dongzhen confirmed that Galaxy Note 8 will be launched by the end of August this year. Geo said that in an official event in Taiwan. While he did not give any specific dates, rumors have already been there that the phone will come out on August 23 in an event in New York.
PhonesDaily reported that the phone will be released in two phases around the world. First, the phone will come out in US, Korea, and the UK and later, it will go global in terms of sales.
Note 8 has been leaked several times, the phone will have a 6.3-inch infinity display it will run on Snapdragon’s 835 SoC and the phone will come in 4GB and 6GB RAM variants. Apart from that, the Note 8 looks to be the first Samsung phone to come with dual rear camera setup. The camera on back will probably be a 12-megapixel sensor pair with OIS. It will also have a 3300 mAh battery with QuickCharge and wireless charging support enabled.