More Leaked Renderings Claim To Show Galaxy Note 8

Camille Francis
July 22, 2017

As we already said, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will launch on August 23.

What does that hint at?

It also comes about one month before Samsung is widely expected to announce its latest iteration of the Galaxy Note smartphone after the discontinuation of its fire-prone Galaxy Note 7 phone past year. It would make the phone the biggest flagship of its current line, certainly. It also packs a fingerprint scanner, but as you can see from the images, this has not been embedded under the display glass and sits next to the rear camera array, much like the Galax S8 series. The tweet was promoting Samsung's Exynos 8895 CPU, the same chip that powers the Galaxy S8. Today, a couple of more images of the dual camera setup equipped Galaxy J7 has been leaked showing the design of the smartphone.

With the recall of the Galaxy Note 7, there was speculation the Galaxy Note 8 might not even see the light of day, that Samsung might retire the name altogether in an attempt to bury the mess forever.

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Samsung released 400,000 revamped Note 7 phones in South Korea only, where local reports suggest fired up fans are snapping them up like hot cakes. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be a tall and narrow handset, just like the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.

According to industry sources, Samsung was expected to sell 20 million Galaxy S8 units by the end of the second quarter of 2017 and was set to achieve annual sales of between 50 million and 60 million units. However, those who only wish for a great smartphone and don't care which operating system it runs on might opt for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 just because it launches earlier.

Latin American clients favour the Midnight Black version of the S8 smartphones, Samsung said, followed by Orchid Grey and Arctic Silver, the company said. While things are unclear at this time, for sure, S9 and its larger iteration will still have some advancement from the Note 8. The device will launch only in the Chinse market.

The company has now officially announced the big date. This doesn't came as a surprise the smartphone will compete with the devices in the high-end segment, which includes the yet-to-be launched Apple iPhone 8, and LG V30.

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