Samsung unveils Galaxy Note 8, By Mistake
Samsung listed Galaxy Note 8 on official website by mistake
Samsung is very close to launching their next Note in the market. After the previous Note 7 fiasco, Samsung has big statements to prove to their consumers. Note 8 is set to officially launch on August 23, but it seems that someone at Samsung has messed up massively by listing Note 8 on the official store before launch. Even though the device is removed from the site at this time but thanks to Android Police, we have Screenshots of the device for you.
The leak doesn’t really show you the specifications of the device, so we won’t be able to legitimise the specification leaks. But the listing does show some features of the Note 8.
Even though pretty much everything about the Note 8 has been leaked before the launch of the device. But thanks to the above pictures we can deduct that the official device is very similar to leaks speculating around. The device will come with S Pen, Bixby and Infinity screen. The device will also be available in 64 GB variant and will be unlocked for all carriers.
Note 8 is reported to have a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity display. The device will be powered by Snapdragon 835 or the in-house Exynos 8895 depending upon the market. The device will have 6 GB of RAM with a 64 GB/128 GB option. This might be the first Samsung flagship device with Dual-camera setup. With a 12 MP primary lens and a wide angle lens coupled together. The front camera might be an 8 MP lens.