Apparently, Samsung is gradually regaining reputation for its Note line-up. Recently, the company launched the refurbished version of Note 7. Now, it’s already a turn of the number 8. Earlier this week, after an interview of Donjin Koch, the head of the Samsung’s mobile department, we learned that the new smartphone will be unveiled in late August, with the sales launch in early September. Now, the information became even more accurate.
The presentation of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will take place in New York on August 23, during the event called Samsung Unpacked. According to the teaser, the device will have an almost frameless display and a traditionally included stylus S Pen. The photos published online confirm the information about the design which is a bit similar to Galaxy S8.
Also, if rumours are true, the smartphone will receive a 6.3-inch display (18:9 aspect ratio), Snapdragon 835 processor (or Exynos 8895 in certain countries), 6GB RAM, 12 MP camera and a 3 300mAh battery. Apart from that, the device will be equipped with a fingerprint sensor on the back and wireless charging support. More details about the specs will be available during the presentation.