Samsung Galaxy Note 8 August launch confirmed by CEO

Well, well, well. We already kind of know that Samsung will unveil its powerful and beautiful Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in August, but now, the same thing has been confirmed by its CEO.

According to the report in The Investor, Samsung’s CEO has stated late August for the launch of Galaxy Note 8. A few days back, there were reports that Galaxy Note 8 will be released on August 23. Looks like the date might actually be true. Or not. But there is no denying the fact that it will be released in August only.

The next-generation Galaxy Note, Note 8, is the successor of ill-fated Samsung Galaxy Note 7 that was launched last year and was recalled due to the battery issue. We hope history doesn’t repeat itself and Galaxy Note 8 proves to be a super cool device.

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While the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 sales will begin in phases from September in South Korea, US, and UK, other markets will have to wait until October. Samsung plans to sell almost 9 million units initially.

According to the previously leaked specs and rumors, the Galaxy Note 8 will feature 6.3-inch OLED display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio. Under the hood, it will feature Snapdragon 836 chipset and will come in 64GB and 128GB storage options.

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In the camera segment, it will feature a dual camera setup on the back in horizontal position making it the first smartphone from Samsung to sport a dual camera.

There is also a dual speaker setup for better multimedia experience and rear fingerprint sensor. Further, a recent leak has also revealed that the smartphone will keep the 3.5mm headphone jack intact alongside the S Pen.

Source: The Investor