Samsung sends out press invites for the Galaxy Note 8 launch event

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Finally, Samsung is sending out media invites for the launch event of Galaxy Note 8. As expected, the new Galaxy Note 8 is coming on August 23. The event has been scheduled for August 23 in New York City. The invite card hints a 2:1 Infinity Display, so it might have a similar display of the Galaxy S8. Also, in the invite card, Samsung says: “Do Bigger Things.”

We have seen a lot of rumors suggesting a giant screen for the Galaxy Note 8. But this invite makes all of them wrong. Everyone was expecting that the fans won’t love the Note 8 because of the mishap with Note 7. But surprisingly, Samsung fans are extremely excited about the launch of new Galaxy Note 8. Also, the record breaking sales of the Galaxy S8 has proved it. So it is doubtless thing that Samsung will conquer the market with new Galaxy Note 8.

As per the rumors, the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 will have a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 chipset. It is expected to come with a 4GB of RAM. It is almost confirmed that the phone is waterproof and dust proof. Unlike the S8’s glass back panel, Note 8 will have a metal unibody. Also, the new Galaxy Note 8 may have a dual camera setup on the rear side. We have seen a lot of leaks and rumors based on the dual camera setup on the Galaxy Note 8. So it is one of the most confirmed leaks of Note 8.

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3 Comments
  1. Arnab Kalore says

    Wow. It is coming. The note 8 is coming…

  2. Sumesh Paror says

    When it will launch in india? I am eagerly waiting for this.

    1. Akhil G says

      Expecting September launch. Stay tuned.

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