Samsung to launch Galaxy Note 8
The handset, launched in New York will enter the markets on 15 September. Photograph: (Others)
After the infamous reports of self-combusting batteries of Samsung Note 7 leading to several handset explosion, Samsung is all set to launch its successor, Galaxy Note 8.
The handset, launched in New York will enter the markets on 15 september.
Samsung 8 Note pre-orders will be available with either a free 256GB microSD card and wireless charger or a 360-degree camera.
The phone is expected to come within the range $1000.
The official teasers of the new launch show a phone with a powerful camera and a stylus called S Pen under the tag line "do bigger things".
The new launch measuring 162.5mmx74.6mmx8.5mm will have 6.3in 3840x2160 Super AMOLED curved Infinity Display with 18.5:9 ratio. The screen will be embedded with fingerprint scanner.
The phone will have 12MP dual rear-facing camera with 8MP front-facing camera.
With Snapdragon 835 in the US and Android 7.0 Nougat ,64GB build-in storage the memory can be expanded with microSD.
The 3,000mAh battery phone is designed with the wireless charging support and fast charging.
The handset will be released in Midnight Black, Maple Gold, Orchid Grey and Deep Sea Blue colour.