Jun 19, 2017 10:19 AM EDT
Samsung Galaxy Note 8: HTML5Test Database Running On Android 7.1.1; Galaxy Note 8 Likely To Roll Out In Autumn [VIDEO]
Samsung is reportedly ramping up the Galaxy Note 8 production in order to beat out the release of the iPhone 8. Reports are also claiming that the tech company might launch the Galaxy Note 8 ahead of the IFA event.
Even though the South Korean tech company won't officially unveil the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 8 until early September, leaks on the upcoming flagship smartphone are mounting up on the internet. Reports are also claiming that the tech giant is pushing Galaxy Note 8's fabrication.
Samsung plans to rush the production of the Galaxy Note 8 to get ahead of the iPhone 8 release in the market. As Apple will reportedly unveil its iPhone 8 by September, Samsung company wanted to beat it.
Nonetheless, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 surfaced in the HTML5Test database running on the Android 7.1.1 Nougat. Although tech experts are anticipating Samsung's upcoming mobile device to arrive with Android 8.0 (also known as the Android O), it is reasonable for Samsung to launch the Galaxy Note 8 with the seasoned Nougat operating system. Also, the HTML5Test benchmark made it known that the Galaxy Note 8 scored 488 out of 555 points, Hot Hardware reported.
It has been said that Samsung will launch two versions of the Galaxy Note 8. One variant will feature a 6GB of RAM, while the other model will be available with an 8GB of RAM.
Meanwhile, Samsung seems to roll out Galaxy Note 8 smartphone in the autumn. The upcoming device could be one of the best mobile devices the tech titan has ever created. The upcoming phablet is expected to be available with a giant curved Infinity display as well as a new S Pen, Express reported.
Furthermore, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is said to be powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 836 processor. The upcoming smartphone will also be available with a 4,000 mAh battery pack.
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