Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Launch Date Moved Up Says Rumor

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Launch Date Moved Up Says Rumor

At the similar time, the company is also taking a more cautious approach for the next Note, with the battery unit slightly smaller than expected at 3300mAh.

According to a new write up from The Investor, Samsung is planning to reveal the Galaxy Note 8 on August 23, precisely six weeks from today.

However, Note 8 sales aren't expected to start until early September - which is the IFA 2017 timeframe (first week of September) that Samsung reportedly originally wanted to hold the Note 8 launch.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has to look after the shortcomings of its predecessor too.

The new date comes via a report picked up by Korean news site The Bell, and picked up by Sammobile. These also power up the Galaxy S8 and S8+ and are the present market leaders among smartphone chipsets.

Several reports regarding Samsung's plans to renew its rugged Galaxy S8 have been around for quite some time. Analysts suggest that the Note 8 would come with a dual 13 MP+13 MP rear shooter loaded with OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) and optical zoom. Otherwise, the Galaxy S8 64GB version is available at 570 euros at the same merchant.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is long speculated to pack a 6.3-inch QHD+ display with an aspect ratio of 18:5:9 display, same as the Galaxy S8 and S8+. The performance of this smartphone, its autonomy and its screen Infinity are all good reasons to draw your CB as soon as possible.

Based on rumors, the Note 8 sounds like it'll be one helluva phone. Previous reports in the past have claimed that the Galaxy Note 8 would arrive only in September. The phone will be backed by 6GB RAM and 128GB storage. Lastly, it will come with an enhanced S Pen and will also support DeX.