Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Launch in September; Likely to Cost €999

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch is just around the corner – in September 2017 to be specific. As far as the pricing is concerned, it’s likely to cost a cool €999.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Launch

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As we have had numerous rumors regarding the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch, like the one we had about the US launch on August 26. However, we have another report that delays the launch Note 8 by a few days. First of all, it’s likely the South Korean company will launch its latest flagship in September, and it’s almost certain.

For those who may not know, the GS 8 Plus and the Galaxy Note 8 have screen sizes of 6.2-inches and 6.3-inches respectively. However, Samsung is spending a tad more on the Galaxy Note 8 than they spent on the S-series so far. This will help in differentiating both these popular series from the company and the purpose is to push up the primary camera setup.

Galaxy Note 8 Cost & Color Options

The smartphone easily sits in the phablet category with a screen size of 6.3-inches with AMOLED display. With a price tag of €999, it will be the costliest flagship from Samsung in its history. According to current exchange rates, €999 means the users will have to shell out slightly more than $900. Even the latest launched flagships, the Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus didn’t sit in that high price bracket. The unlocked handsets cost $725 for the GS8 and $100 more for the bigger variant.

Samsung fans might be aware of the fact that they rarely, almost never bring devices that have 6GB RAM. However, this time, at the time of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch, we might see a 6GB RAM powering the Note 8. There are quite a few phones in the market with 6GB RAM. The Exynos 8895 will accompany the RAM for an out-of-the-world smoother performance.

It was touted long back that the Galaxy S8 and the S8 Plus variants would be the first from Samsung to get dual main cameras. However, that didn’t materialize for Samsung. However, it looks almost a certainty that the Galaxy Note 8 will be Samsung’s first camera to have this camera setup.


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