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Galaxy Note 8 Just Revealed Early by Samsung?

Galaxy Note 8 Just Revealed Early by Samsung?

Yeah, we have been bombarded with dozens of Galaxy Note 8 leaks, concepts, rumors, and renders in the last few months. Compared to the old one, the new battery is 2.3 grams lighter, weighing at 45.4 grams. "Samsung Electronics is likely to launch its Galaxy Note 8 smartphone in September 2017 at the earliest, to make up the product gap left by its predecessor, the Galaxy Note 7, according to upstream component makers in Taiwan", the report read.

Twitter.com (screenshot)Is it a general mockup or an official Galaxy Note 8 render?

The smartphone in the tweet has design elements similar to previous leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Later in the year, and very expensive, is the short answer. The 3200mAh piece also features smaller dimensions, measuring at 37.4mm x 97.2mm x ~5mm.

That being said, the Note 8's battery is slightly larger than the Note FE's 3,200 mAh battery.

With Nougat 7.0, these Samsung phones should be a much better choice to go for!

The Nation reports Samsung chief DJ Koh confirmed the launch date during a visit to Samsung Thailand on Thursday.

Apart from the battery, the Note Fan Edition also has a revamped antenna bands. It is powered by a 1.6GHz Exynos 7580 octa-core processor and has 2 GB RAM. Meanwhile, a top-rated eBay seller has once again dropped the prices of its international models that are permanently on sale, this time to $580 and $666. Previously, there were speculations that the device would be unveiled at the IFA trade show in Berlin.

Here's everything you need to know about the upcoming model, including the all important release date... However, it seems that this will change soon. True, it came with the S-Pen and 64GB of storage as standard, but that's still a pricey handset. Besides, the smartphone offers Wi-Fi 802.11 a/b/g/n/ac, Bluetooth v4.2, GPS, NFC and USB Type-C.

However, one thing that may disprove this image is a leaked Note 8 is the fact there's no buttons on the side of the phone.