Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Its design confirmed by a promotional image

Having been the subject of countless leaks itself, the Note 8 will finally see the light of day on August 23rd in NYC, where Samsung will host an Unpacked event to reveal the phone. The display of this device is 0.1 inches larger than the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, which comes out at 6.2 inches. Apple is expected to delay the launch of its iPhone 8 as well, thereby giving both, Samsung and LG enough time to gather as many consumers as they possibly can.

The company has been running a new promotion in which you get $500 off on a new Samsung TV if you switch to DirecTV and purchase a Galaxy S8 with AT&T Next payment plan.

The images have been published by SlashLeaks and as per the image, two Samsung batteries have been shown.

Samsung Electronics, however, is expected to face tougher competition in the second half of this year due to the launch of flagship models by its rivals. It is identical to the one seen on the S8 and S8 Plus smartphones, complete with infinity display.

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Rumors have suggested that Samsung would make daunting efforts to make sure that the Galaxy S9 would feature such an upgrade, but it looks like the report of a popular analyst has denied this. Probably the iPhone 8.

That's everything known about the Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung as of today. There also appears to be six sensors at the top bezel, not including the earpiece. He shared a promotional image of the Galaxy Note 8, confirming the rendered previously leaked. It will, in fact, launch the Note 9 later in 2018 with the screen embedded fingerprint sensor. Just like its stylus S Pen, emblematic accessory of the Note range. Reportedly, the Note 8 is all set to come out into the markets with a 6.3 inched display.

As for the battery, which was the main culprit for the woes of its predecessor, the Note 8 features a fast-charging 3300mAh battery.

Internally, the device will reportedly feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset for US phones (which are usually the variant that Canada receives as well), and the company's own Exynos 8895 for worldwide models, with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage expandable by MicroSD.