While Samsung prepares to unveil the Galaxy Note8 in less than a month, rumor has it that the company is also getting ready to launch a rugged version of the Galaxy S8. Now, in a report from Phonescoop, the alleged Note 8 device has already achieved certifications from FCC in the United States.
A lot of smartphones released these days including the flagship Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus by Samsung are too thin that they could easily slip off hands if you are not careful.
While the Note 8 is widely expected to have its unveiling on August 23 during the Korean tech conglomerate's Unpacked event in NY, an internal document cited by Android Authority has disclosed that the LG V30 will be taking the spotlight for the first time on August 31 at IFA 2017, which will be held in Berlin. The launch date of the phone is coming closer and we'd get to see the phone in market very soon. Though Samsung isn't telling the release date of the phone, it seems as though the company has leaked the date to pre-order the Galaxy Note 8. Samsung, however, pulled the documentation from the site.This shows that Samsung could start accepting the Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders on the same date in other parts of the world, including the US, Europe, and Asia in particular.
The Samsung Galaxy S8 Active once again finds itself at the center of a new leak, this time in the form of what appears to be an employee training manual for the device.
The teaser image also hints at the phablet's design, heavily implying that the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a almost bezel-less look and a screen that wraps around the long edges of its case, in addition to having minimal top and bottom bezels. It is supposed to sport a Snapdragon 835 or Samsung's latest Exynos 9 series chipset and come with 6GB of RAM along with 128GB of internal storage. However, the page doesn't allow you to register for the upcoming handset nor does it reveal anything about the Note 8 except for its tag line "Do bigger things".
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Samsung added an extra layer of durability on the device so it can live up to its name. The device could hit the shelves in early-September, enough ahead of the launching of iPhone 8. The Note 8 is speculated to be available in three colour options: blue, black, and gold.