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    Samsung confirms Galaxy Note 8's unveiling date: All set for August 23

    There have been a lot of reports recently about when Samsung is going to unveil the Galaxy Note 8. Many expected Samsung to stick to tradition and announce the handset at IFA in Berlin this September but the rumor mill believes that Samsung is going to host a separate event for the new flagship. Now Samsung itself make the air clear. Samsung officially sends invitations to the press for its Unpacked event in New York City on August 23rd. The invitation includes nothing more than two slim top and bottom bezels of the Note 8 with no edges, which indicates the same 2:1 Infinity Display as the one on the Galaxy S8.

    The invitation this year comes with the tagline “do bigger things” and similarly to the Galaxy S8 invitations, it has an outline of the Infinity display. What gives away the fact that this is a Galaxy Note? Well the S-Pen is right there on the invitation!


    The Samsung Galaxy Note8 is expected to have pretty much the same internal hardware as the Galaxy S8 and S8+: Snapdragon 835 chipset in the US or an Exynos 8895 CPU with 4GB of RAM, and a fully water-resistant metal and glass unibody design. The real kicker is that the Note8 may have a dual-camera setup, though it’s still entirely possible that Samsung will save that for the Galaxy S9.

    While the Galaxy Note 8 will be launching on the 23rd of August, retail availability will take a bit longer to arrive. We likely won’t be able to get our hands on the Note 8 until September. As for price, we were previously told to expect it to be somewhere in the $900 range.

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