Samsung launched its flagship for this year a few months back. While the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ featured great novelty in terms of both design aesthetics and software, it still struggles to keep up with the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus’ sales in the United States. Now, the company has its eyes on the Galaxy Note 8, which is expected to release sometime in August as per previous rumors. Now, the launch date has been revealed according to a source and we’re pretty excited about it.
Galaxy Note 8 To Be Revealed On August 28 In The New York City
A series of unfortunate events took place last year regarding the Galaxy Note 7, which in my view was one of the best smartphones of the previous year. Now, the South Korean electronics giant is aiming even higher with respect to the Galaxy Note 8. There are plenty of new additions expected and it would seemingly move more closer to the Galaxy S8 lineup with an incorporated Infinity Display and under the hood improvements.
Courtesy of the rumor mill, we have quite a handful of details resting on the side of the Galaxy Note 8. We have got a tentative launch date for the behemoth of a smartphone that’s about to launch in August. As per the source, the device will be launched in the New York City on the 28th of August, a few days before Apple usually unveils its smartphones. This, like every year, will put the decision on fire for consumers as what smartphone to choose.
Some of the recent leaks regarding the device depicts that it will feature the Snapdragon 835 and the Exynos 8895 – this is the same configuration as you would find in the Galaxy S8 duo. In addition to this, the Note 8 is expected to feature 6GB of RAM and dual camera sensors at the back, which will definitely make it closer to the iPhone in terms of both, performance and camera related features. However, do take note that none of the features mentioned are official or by no means a must to come, so do take the news with a pinch of salt.
Same as the Galaxy S8 lineup, the Galaxy Note 8 will also feature the fingerprint sensor at the back, which will definitely be a major disappointment if the location of the sensor is as the same as the Galaxy S8. Nonetheless, it depends on time what we get, so fingers crossed and wait for the official launch.