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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 Launch

Finally, Samsung’s latest flagship release! A few hours from now, we will finally get a hold of the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 launch and free ourselves from all of the expectations that have been circulating on the internet for the previous months. Admit it, there is some kind of relief in knowing that, at last, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is going to be released in the market making it available to the public! Have you prepared well for it? You should.

According to the speculations that have been exposed to the public, August 23 will be the final date f release for the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 launch. Although it can be postponed and rescheduled to another date and time, a lot of people are already anticipating for its release right now. They probably even have the necessary preparations for it already! These preparations include the phone cases and covers, phone accessories, and even the applications that they can install and make use in the said newest Samsung Galaxy device.

Although there is definitely high possibility that it will be released today, it has been theorized that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is going to hit the shelves only on the 15th of September. In fact, according to a renowned phone leaker, Evan Blass, the pre-orders for the device can have a free 256GB microSD card and a wireless charger or a 360-degree camera.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 PRICE

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 Launch

Of course, you should know about the possible price for Samsung Galaxy Note 8. It is one way of preparing yourself for what is to come and perhaps, to determine whether you really need to purchase one.

Leaks have it that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is going to be the first one to actually break the $1,000 barrier which is also equivalent to 1267.59 AUD. In fact, this is so much like the iPhone 8 that has also been speculated to do the same thing.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 DESIGN

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 Launch

Yes, the rumours have it that in the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 launch, you are going to witness Note 8’s design to be much like the Samsung Galaxy S8 PLUS. Although, there are also some key differences that can make you think Galaxy Note 8 is the best choice you have among all. The display corners for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is less round than that of the S8 PLUS and it also has a shorter yet steeper slope on the sides. As the overall Infinity screen design is close to how it looks like in the previous flagship smartphones of Samsung, Galaxy Note 8 has a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display with Quad HD resolution that has an 18:5:9 ratio. It has a dimension of 162.5mm x 74.6 mm x 8.5 mm.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 CAMERA

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 Launch

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 also features a dual camera with an 8-MP front camera for your selfie and other photo purposes and a dual 12-MP rear camera. The rear camera has a wide-angle and a telephoto feature so you will never have to be bothered by the scenic beauties of your adventures because with this Samsung Galaxy Note 8, you can definitely take a photo of it.

Also, there are a lot of advantages with this kind of features for your camera. The best of it is that you do not have to use a low-quality one that may even discourage you from taking on photography hobby. With Note 8, your photography skills can be acknowledged and developed as well, and this is definitely wonderful.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 STORAGE

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 Launch

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has a 64 GB, 128 GB, and a 256 GB of storage in which you can have the power to choose. With these, you can actually save a lot of the photos from your adventures, videos from your latest quests in the wilderness, and also have a fun movie time with yourself. You can download any movie that you want and, accompanied with its excellent screen, you can have the best out of it.

Galaxy Note 8 is also a microSDXC support which can lead to you being able to actually have an external storage whenever you need it. Thus, you can make sure that with this device, you can actually store your own files too!

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 OPERATING SYSTEM

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 Launch

You have heard of this rumour already and it still goes on with Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 launch. The device runs on the Android 7.1 Nougat with a 6GB of LPDDR4 RAM.

With this, you can make sure that the device can function to an excellent degree. It can support your interest for movie time, multitasking with applications available on the smartphone, and even with almost every function that you need it to perform!

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 BATTERY

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 Launch

It is also worth noting that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery has a 3,300 mAh battery capacity which can definitely support your use of it. In fact, it can be that with your all-day use of this device, you still wouldn’t need it to be recharged. This makes it extra convenient especially when you are in a total hurry and you don’t have much time to recharge the phone to last for the day.

These are the key information that has been gathered for the Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 launch. Are you excited for it? Have you taken the necessary preparations that you are supposed to have? Well, you do not have to worry. There are a lot of help that you can find around here.

In fact, if you haven’t found the phone cases and covers for it, then you actually have arrived at the right place. Now that you have knowledge of what the device has for you, it’s time to figure out what you can offer to it too. Here are some suggestions that might actually come in handy.

 

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