Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to come in 64GB and 128GB storage options

Earlier this week, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 bared it all in the CAD render images and video. In case you don’t know, the Galaxy Note 8 is pegged to launch on August 26 at a Samsung Unpacked event. A rumour originating from Korea suggests that Samsung will introduce Galaxy Note 8 in 64GB and 128GB storage variants. On top of that, both models will support the microSD cards up to 256GB of storage capacity.

The leaks and speculations so far suggest that the Galaxy Note 8 will feature 6.3-inch Infinity Super AMOLED display panning edge-to-edge. Under the hood, it will run either Samsung Exynos 8895 or Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset. Furthermore, 6GB of RAM will complement the chipset. The phone will feature UFS 2.1 based 64GB or 128GB flash storage option. The fingerprint scanner will be placed at the back, next to the dual camera setup.

The dual camera setup is expected to feature two 12-megapixel cameras with dual-tone dual LED flash. With 8.4mm thickness, the camera bump will make it 9.5mm at the thickest point. The camera-centric features will include 4K video recording, Slow-motion, and Optical Image Stabilisation.

The Galaxy Note 8 will also feature the S-Pen which might be a bit more pressure-sensitive than ever. We have no word yet on its software-centric improvisations as yet. The phone will boot Android 7.1.1 Nougat with Samsung’s self-developed TouchWiz UX on top of it. The phone will pack 3300 mAh battery and will come in Black, Blue, and Gold variants.

A recent report states that the Galaxy Note 8 will start selling in September at a hefty price tag of $1120. If that holds true, the Note 8 will be the company’s most expensive phone to date.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is pegged to launch in the late August. Till then, take the above information with a pinch of salt and wait on one with us.


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