In the official website, the company is urging interested consumers to apply for the upcoming new phone.
Samsung added an extra layer of durability on the device so it can live up to its name. At that point, the organization said in its current earning report that the new Galaxy Note display is coming in the 2nd last quarter of the year, proposing the Galaxy Note 8 will dispatch before the finish of September.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is also said to boast dedicated Bixby button, DeX support and come in black, blue, and gold colour options. According to the documentation, it is clearly written that the phone will be available for pre order from August 25th.
In addition, the device with the same model number appeared in the documents of the organization Wi-Fi Alliance.
Dutch site Galaxy Club has been doing some digging on Samsung's semiconductor website and thinks it's found the camera module that the upcoming phone is going to be using - one that includes advanced features like a 3x optical zoom and an improved HDR mode. The device leaked in the images is an AT&T model and it does not feature a curved 3D glass and also has more bezels. The phone sports a 6.3 inches QHD+ Super AMOLED display with 4K recordings. So called a logical feature of the dual camera, it is distinguished that it is the first time Samsung indirectly highlights the potentialities of Advanced Capturing. The chipset could be paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage along with a microSD card slot for storage expansion.
The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) runs Android 5.1.1 Lollipop right out-of-the-box and is upgradeable to Android 6.0.1 Marshmallow. In some territories, Samsung will be selling the Note 8 with the company's Exynos 8895 processor. The date could have been a typo or, maybe, the folks at Samsung Australia wanted to send us tech writers into a tizzy over a line of text.
While the smartphone has been certified by the FCC, however, the listing doesn't reveal anything about the smartphone's specifications, nor does it shows the images that would have given us a closer look at the impending device.