Jun 26, 2017 06:45 AM EDT
Recently reports have surfaced claiming that Samsung is planning to roll out its Galaxy Note 8 phablet in August 2017. The report indicates that the launch event will transpire in New York City. Nonetheless, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphone might be the tech giant's priciest mobile device ever.
The South Korean tech titan will roll out its new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with two rear snappers and a curved screen. Samsung is reportedly geared up to continue its Note series even after Galaxy Note 7's debacle in 2016. The tech giant suffered a lot due to Galaxy Note 7's fire-prone batteries.
The famous tech leaker, Evan Blass, made it known that the Galaxy Note 8 phablet might be Samsung's most expensive handset ever. The upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is going to have a €999 or $1,117.85 price tag when it launches, Indian Express reported.
Nevertheless, the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a 6.3-inch edge-to-edge Infinity Display, which is the same size as the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. The Note 8 will also have the same 18:5:9 aspect ratio like the Galaxy S8 series. The upcoming Samsung flagship smartphone will have more power and a shorter battery life compared to the Galaxy Note 7, Uproxx reported.
Samsung's highly anticipated flagship smartphone will be up for grabs with the top-of-the-line Exynos 8895 and Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipsets. But, some reports are claiming that the upcoming flagship device will have Qualcomm's Snapdragon 836 processor. The Snapdragon 836 chipset will boast a 2.5GHz octa-core processor as well as a 740MHz GPU.
Furthermore, the tech company has apparently improved S-Pen's overall functionality, making the special stylus more useful and functional. Reports are mounting up on the internet claiming that the upcoming Note 8 will support Samsung's DeX Station, allowing its users to use the handset as a computer. Also, the upcoming device will boast a 6GB of RAM and a 3,330mAh battery.
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