Samsung to launch Galaxy Note 8 by September this year
Samsung is highly likely to launch their forthcoming flagship phablet smartphone in Note series, Galaxy Note 8 by this year. Nw, the latest leak coming from the company’s homeland, South Korea confirms that the Samsung will launch the smartphone by September 2017m, which means we are only about a couple of months back from the official unpack event date. The smartphone must be launching with the top tier specs to be made available in the market including Samsung’ own Infinity display.
Samsung has announced the revamped version of the Galaxy Note 7 recently, rebranded as the Galaxy Note FE in South Korea. So, the company would encourage their buyers to go for the upcoming device after its launch, rather than the old Note 7 (FE). It is reportedly saying that the company has already sold over 400,000 units of the Galaxy FE so far within a short period. Samsung would be making the yet to be launched Galaxy Note 8 capable of filling the gap which was left broken by Galaxy Note 7, in both markets and consumers’ minds. As the preceding devices, Samsung has expected to be in the massive production of the device ahead of the launch.
Some media also says that the dull in sales graph of Galaxy S8 forced the company to postpone the launch date to September, from earlier fixed August IFA date. Anyways, the smartphone is expected to be launched with 5.7-inch infinity display, 6GB RAM and Possibly any powerful SNapdragn chipset under the hood (would be Snapdragon 835 or any other).