Samsung is on a roll right now with the launch of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and the Samsung Galaxy S8+ smartphones in the U.S. The phones have had a tremendous release with the reviewers and critics giving the phone a nearly perfect score. The phone has been so good that the sales of the phone are already expected to be the highest of 2017. We have also reported that the Samsung Galaxy Note 7’s refurbished version is also coming. Now, we have got leaked photos of a device which seems to be the next phone in the Note series from Samsung which is the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. This leaked photos have been revealed from a Weibo user who has reportedly claimed this device to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
This device could indeed be the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 as the phone shares the same design language as the Samsung Galaxy S8 launched recently. This could not be the Samsung Galaxy S8 because the device in the photo has a wider screen than the Samsung Galaxy S8 but it could have gotten some photoshop treatment as well but we will know for sure in the coming months.
We have already known so far that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is indeed coming later and this news has been confirmed by Samsung itself. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to come with 6.4-inch S-Amoled display and upto 6 GB of RAM. The device will also have a stylus known as S-pen which is the trademark for the Note devices sold by Samsung. The Note series is targeted by Samsung for the business minded people who need bigger screens and some handwriting tools like S-pen to jott down their plans for the day. We are as excited as you for the launch of the phone so we will update you as we know more.
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