Samsung has a major launch coming up next week and it is leaving no stone unturned to create a buzz. In fact, it is now joined the leak-spree and made the Galaxy Note 8 page live on its official website. Not a lot of information was revealed by this leak but it surely adds to the information we already have.
The said listing appeared on the Samsung US website and was first spotted by a Twitter user Time Schofield. The page has since been removed, obviously, and the link now shows a 404 error instead. But Tim was able to take a screenshot of the page and he tweeted the same yesterday.
As you can see in the image, the Galaxy Note 8 sports a design that is exactly like what we have been seeing in the leaks so far. The Infinity Display is clearly visible along with the stylus that all the Note series smartphones carry. Another thing that the Note 8 listing reveals is its internal storage of 64GB. More variants with higher storage capacities were also rumoured but at least one of them is now confirmed.
— Tim Schofield (@qbking77) August 18, 2017
In the listing, the Note 8 variant we are seeing is an unlocked unit but its retail pricing wasn’t mentioned. The model number mentioned is SM-N950U, which is similar to what we have seen in the past leaks and rumours about the device.
All in all, except for the price, we have almost every detail of the Galaxy Note 8 much before it is officially launched. This listing confirms a few features from the leaks and Samsung will confirm all others during the launch event in New York on August 23rd.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the successor of the infamous Galaxy Note 7, which proved to be one of the biggest product recalls of 2016. Samsung has upped its battery testing procedures and the newer devices are supposed to be safer than ever. The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be a high-end smartphone with top of the line specifications including Snapdragon 835, 6GB of RAM, dual rear-facing cameras, Infinity Display, a premium design, and much more.
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