This is nearly certainly the Galaxy Note 8 given the fact that the previous two Notes bore the model numbers SM-N930 and SM-N920. It would make sense that people who pre-order the Galaxy Note 8 would be able to take advantage of the Galaxy Note 8 screen replacement program.
The device is also speculated to be Samsung’s most expensive smartphone till date, with a price tag of approximately Rs 72,000, according to a report by the VentureBeat.
For long, tech enthusiasts have been hearing rumors of Samsung developing a foldable smartphone called the Galaxy X.
The Nokia 8’s screen may be the largest in HMD’s portfolio if it is, as expected, announced on August 16th, but it’s going to be a screen design that is not going to look as fresh and as exciting as the competition.
This could be a new member of the upcoming lineup from Samsung and there are possibilities of more devices to come in this series.
In addition to this, with the arrival of one more camera into the mix, another thing that changes is the way zoom works. The phone would also offer a traditional S-pen along with the device. Also, the current model number, SM-G888N0, is not similar to any known Samsung device right now. The first phase will commence in early September, Samsung is said to release the Note 8 in select markets like – US, South Korea, and the UK. Samsung wouldn’t want to launch it too close to the Galaxy Note 8 on the 23rd of August. The smartphone will have a 6.3-inch QHD+ display, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC/Exynos 8895 chipset, 6GB of RAM, 64GB of internal storage, 8MP front-facing camera, Android 7.0 Nougat with Bixby preinstalled, and a 3200mAh battery.
No word yet on when the Galaxy S8 Active is going to launch, but it will probably be really soon.
Samsung smartphones are all the talk lately and the reason behind this is that Samsung made a decision to unveil one of Galaxy Note 8’s key features but that’s not all since Samsung also hinted that there will be a special Emperor Edition of it.
Sadly, Samsung hasn’t yet disclosed anything about the Galaxy S8 Active.