The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is reportedly launching in August, about a month and a half earlier than Apple's iPhone 8. According to teasers and rumors, Galaxy Note8 would feature its signature pen and the big screen made even bigger as in the Galaxy S8 series, with the display cutout almost covering the device in curves on both sides. If Samsung, like the rumor suggests, is planning on giving us the Galaxy Note 8 launch date at the event, it will probably be at a press conference before the main show, which will give people a chance to get to know it.
No further details about the Note 8, such as release date or pricing, have been confirmed.
Google released its latest monthly Android security update just over two weeks ago, making it immediately available for its supported Nexus and Pixel devices. Not to mention a year ago the Galaxy Note 7 came even earlier, on August 2nd. Both cameras sport an f 2.2 aperture.
Samsung has declined to comment on the rumour, and has not yet announced any events for August. The Samsung Galaxy J2 Pro is now available at Rs 9,090 against its launch price of Rs 9,890. The current generation of flagship smartphones such as the Sasmung Galaxy S8, LG G6 and Sony Xperia XZs are priced at around Rs. 50000. The image above is a fan-made render from TechnoBuffalo, which brings all the latest reports and leaks to life. The display on the upcoming phablet will also be just a wee bit bigger than the S8+ - 6.3-inch compared to the 6.2-inch on the bigger S8. On the rear we find a dual camera setup courtesy of Sony.
A fingerprint sensor embedded beneath the front display is also touted to be a key feature of the Note 8. Although the latest reports state the company couldn't flawless this new feature and delayed it until the Galaxy S9 in 2018.
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