Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the highly anticipated smartphone will be launched soon. But from the latest reports, it appears that the company cannot contain its excitement. According to reports, the South Korean tech giant accidentally posted the smartphone on its online store but removed it later. According to another report, the smartphone’s ‘specifications’ were leaked in Australia through a promotional brochure. When it comes to the official post by Samsung on its website, the Galaxy Note 8’s 64GB unlocked model with the number SM-N950UZKAXAA got accidentally listed, according to an Android Police report.
Notably, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will expectedly launch later this month. According to the Android Police report, one hover over the listed Galaxy Note 8, the company website reportedly displayed some key features including S Pen, Infinity Screen, and Bixby Assistant. Later, Samsung realised the mistake it had done and took down the listing as well the whole page down. Interestingly, the things which got leaked in the small time that the device was online, comply with most of the rumours which have been doing the rounds.
Another report in 9to5Google said that a user on Chinese website Weibo shared a hands on live picture of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. These images were taken down too, but the specs that got leaked gave more value to the rumours that we have been hearing about the device. Meanwhile, in Australia, a report in Ausdroid shared a promo brochure of the phone. The list also confirms some important features of the phone, including the massive display and that S Pen.
The phone is about to roll out, and before the official launch of Galaxy Note8, the company has unveiled two new video trailers revealing upcoming the flagship smartphone’s features. See the videos here:
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 teaser video 1:
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 teaser video 2:
In the first teaser, the key feature revealed is the camera of Galaxy Note8, which includes the popular ‘bokeh’ effect. And in he second video, we can see a man drawing emojis, write words in Korean as well as painting scenes. This indicated the capabilites of the S Pen. The videos were posted by SamsungMobileKorea in YouTube.
Meanwhile, when it comes to specifications, according to several renders and leaks, the Galaxy Note 8 will get top of the line specs, including a 6.3-inch Infinity Display with an aspect ratio of 18.5:9 and a QHD resolution. The US variant of the Note 8 will be powered by the Snapdragon 835 processor, whereas the international model is expected to ship with Samsung’s Exynos 8895 processor.