In just over a week from now, Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note 8 at an event in New York. Among other things, the Galaxy Note 8 will be Samsung’s first device to feature a dual camera setup at its rear.
Galaxy Note 8
Samsung is all set to unveil the Galaxy Note 8 later this month in New York. We have already seen the phone leak in press renders so there’s not much left to be known about it. Now, adding insult to injury, all the stock wallpapers from the Galaxy Note 8 have also been leaked online.
Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 8 has already leaked in press renders this week and now the detailed specs of the device have also been leaked online. Coming from the ever reliable @evleaks, the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a 6.3-inch QHD+ Infinity Display with a resolution of 1440 x 2960.
Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note 8 in just over three weeks from now at an event in New York. Ruining Samsung’s launch event is prolific leaker @evleaks who has leaked a press render in all its glory.
Samsung will be unveiling the Galaxy Note in late-August but that has not stopped the company from talking about it. During its earnings call earlier this week, a company’s executive talked about the Note 8 and what to expect from it.
With just over a month to go for Samsung to officially unveil the Galaxy Note 8, the handset has been leaked in new renders made by case maker Ghostek. The renders show the phone in all its glory including the dual-camera setup at the rear.
The wait for the Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung is almost over, as the company has officially announced when they will unveil it.
Samsung’s CEO DJ Koh has confirmed at a media event in Taiwan that the Galaxy Note 8 will be launching in late August, with the device going on sale in September.
Shortly after the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco last year, there was some level of uncertainty over the future of the lineup. But subsequent reports confirmed that the lineup was here to stay, and we’re now getting some details on the arrival of the next big Samsung flagship, otherwise known as the Galaxy Note 8.
Despite the strong initial sales, reports out of Korea have claimed that sales of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ have been slower than its predecessors, the Galaxy S7.