The release of the new Galaxy Note 8 is just around the corner. Samsung will take the wraps off the new Note 8 on August 23. If reports are to be believed, the company will start the pre-order from August 25.

The device reportedly will come with cutting-edge specs and features. The Note series is one of the most successful smartphones of all time. The company had suffered the huge blow financially due to Note 7's technical failures. According to Forbes, the technical failures of the flagship cost company around $5.5 billion.

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This time company seems to stun everyone with its device.

Top-end specs and features

The flagship will compete with Apple's upcoming iPhone 8 Plus and other top-end devices.

Now when it comes to specs and software, just like the Galaxy S8 series the Note 8 is expected to feature the Infinity display. Earlier it was said that the device might come up with 4K display technology. The phablet will have two variants with Snapdragon 835 chipset. For connectivity and fast charging, it might sport USB-C Type technology.

Galaxy Note series has a history of packing powerful RAM and internal memory. Back in 2014, the Note 4 sported the 4GB RAM. As for Note 8, reports indicate the 6GB RAM. On the camera, front, the flagship could come up with 12-megapixel wide- angle lens camera with 3X optical zoom. It will also have an 8-megapixel self-snappy on board. The recently launched Galaxy 8 has featured the fingerprint sensor but rumors suggest that Note 8 might not mark the said feature.

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But for security reasons, the device is heavily expected to feature IRIS scanner. There is more to confirm now regarding the overall specs and features.

Samsung's most expensive flagship?

Although the Note 8 will have a larger display than its processors. It won’t really be much bigger physically based on small bezels surrounding the screen. Nevertheless, it's technically a phablet meaning it won’t be easy to use with one hand. Talking of price, there is still a chance customers may be able to get the phone for around 850 in the US, but a price tag of $900 may be more likely especially if the base storage goes up and the phone gets an additional camera. As for the availability, the flagship will come up on the market in the first week of September. In which case Samsung may have no choice but to bump up the price.

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