We previously heard a rumor that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would launch at an event on the 23rd of August, although it looks like it could land a week later than that.
According to a recent report, Samsung;s CEO DJ Koh recently told Taiwanese media that the device will be made official later August and will go on sale in September.
Samsung will apparently launch the Galaxy Note 8 in two phases, with the US, UK and South Korea getting it first and then more countries in the second phase in October.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to feature a 6.3 inch display with a Quad HD resolution of 2560 x 1440 pixels and the device will apparently come with different processors depending on the region.
There will be two processor versions for the handset, one will come with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor and the other with a Samsung Exynos processor, we are also expecting the handset to come with 6GB of RAM.
Other rumored specifications on the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 include a choice of 64GB and 128GB of storage and dual cameras on the back of the device. Each of the rear cameras on the Galaxy Note 8 are said to come with 12 megapixels.
So it looks like Samsung may hold their Galaxy Note 8 press conference around the 30th or 31st of August, just before IFA 2017 which takes place between the 1st and 6th of September.
Source GSM Arena
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