"Considering that this case will cost somewhere between $17.7 and $26.55 (20,000 KRW and 30,000 KRW), this will be a good news for consumers since they can reduce any additional expenses." said a representative for a mobile network provider. To be honest, there's nothing that we don't know about the phablet as of now.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may come in a special version with a huge 256GB of storage, but it could be limited to certain markets. We know the specs it would pack, the features it would boast, the probable design it would enclose itself - Everything!
Apple was one of the first to introduce the display that can detect pressure and use that as an extra control.
Forbes, in its report, suggests that there will be numerous pop-up stores opened up starting on August 25 demonstrating the capabilities of the Note 8. Consumers here in the USA only have the option of arctic silver, midnight black, and orchid gray when picking up the standard Galaxy S8 through a carrier, though you can also get one in coral blue if you buy an unlocked device directly from Samsung. Nonetheless, let's take a look at what we can expect to see from Samsung's upcoming phablet.
Launching this August 23, the Note 8 is rumored to be available in three color variants - Black, Orchid Gray, and Deep Blue.
Other key features for the Note 8 include a 6.3-inch display screen, a dual-lens rear-facing camera, and a 3,300 mAh battery.
Besides the typical storage variants, a new variant named "Emperor Edition" is rumored to hit the market this time.
The company is going to announce Galaxy Note 8 in NY on August 23. Hopefully, Samsung can release the larger capacity Note 8 the world over as well.