The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release date will happen a couple or few of weeks after the launch event. Here are the details the Galaxy Note 8’s rumored specs, designs as well as release date.
The South Koren electronics giant Samsung will launch the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 on August 23, confirming what most of the fans already know.
[agg-ad id=”424″ align=”center”][agg-ad id=”438″ align=”left”]According to a new report, the impending Galaxy Note 8 will get a release date in South Korea on September 15, following the Samsung flagship smartphone’s unveiling on August 23.
According to pundits, the sales will see a strong revenue for Samsung, as this is virtually the first new Galaxy Note smartphone in a couple of years now. Samsung will almost certainly want to get the Galaxy Note 8 out to the general market ahead of the arrival of Apple’s radically redesigned iPhone 8 as well as iPhone 7s and 7s Plus.
Industry analysts are quite confident regarding the Galaxy Note 8 sales, as noted above, but these same experts are affirmatively frothing at the mouth about the iPhone 8, which is substantially the first and proper new iPhone design we’ve had since 2014’s iPhone 6 release.
And the last time Apple did a huge, overhaul redesign of its iPhone line, the sales results were pretty impressive, indeed.
The Galaxy Note 8, which is expected to be the most powerful handset Samsung has ever created, will continue where the Galaxy S8 left off, beefing up more power, more specs and features, as well as better performance.
This is why Note releases are always been so fascinating; that smartphone product line are essentially a mega evolution of Galaxy S handsets.
The Galaxy Note 8 will feature a new edge-to-edge infinity design, similar to that of the Galaxy S8 and S8+ smartphones, only bigger, the tech giant’s S-Pen, a slew of new specs and features and a significant increase in battery capacity.
The Galaxy Note 8 will be 0.1-in bigger than the Samsung Galaxy S8+, making it the largest smartphone Samsung has ever made.
[agg-ad id=”434″ align=”left”]Moreover, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s dual-camera sensors will be reportedly better than the equivalent dual-shooter on current generation iPhone 7 Plus. This speculations comes from a latest research from Ming-chi Kuo, the notoriously prominent analyst from KGI Securities who has a good reputation for being accurate regarding Apple rumors and leaks.
According to Kuo, the dual-camera on the Galaxy Note 8 will be “the most significant upgrade” for the phablet. It’s believed to feature a 13-megapixel wide-angle lens, as well as a 12MP telephoto sensor. Both cameras will feature optical image stabilization (OIS) and 6-element lenses and cability to take loose-less photos thanks to its 3x optical zoom. He also validated the existing rumored specs including a 6.4in QHD+ Super AMOLED screen display, and either Exynos 8995 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 CPUs.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is widely believed to be the first 4K display smartphone from the South Korean OEM. Beyond these powerhouse specs, Samsung will focus on quality, most especially in the battery department, and further refinements to the device’s performance and overall aesthetics.
As for pricing, the Galaxy Note 8 could be more expensive than its predecessors as well as the Galaxy S8 and S8+.