The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is scheduled to launch on August 23rd. The phablet device is coming up with cutting-edge specs and features. The leaker Evan Blass has even exposed nearly all the specs of Note 8. The current reports say that the phone may hit the stores in September mid. Samsung suffered the loss last year due to the Galaxy Note 7's technical issue. According to Forbes, it cost the company over $5 billion. The flagship device will compete with Apple's iPhone 8 Plus and LG V30 in future.

Exynos 8895 processor will be sported

Galaxy Note 8 will feature a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display. That is bigger than Galaxy S8 Plus, Samsung’s previous flagship Smartphone.

The processor used will be Samsung’s own Exynos 8895 along with 6GB of RAM and 64GB internal storage. Also, the phone will have external storage thru microSD card slot. The smartphone will run on 3300mAh battery that can be revived even wirelessly along with the standard USB-C port. The size is estimated to be 162.5mm x 74.6mm x 8.5 mm. Rumors suggest that the smartphone will seemingly be available in four color variants including Deep Sea, Midnight Black, Orchid Grey and Maple Gold.

Samsung's costliest flagship smartphone

Talking about Samsung’s top notch feature camera, Galaxy Note 8 is said to come with dual-camera setup – 12MP sensor apiece. The prime wide-angle lens will sport a dual-pixel autofocus and f/1.7 aperture. Some sources also briefed the Galaxy Note 8 to have a novel Snapdragon 836 chipset in the US that would run slightly faster and serener.

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Both the Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895 should have more than adequate power on paper. However, TouchWiz is still incompetent, particularly bogging down as phones age. Experts believe that it will hold the price tag of about $1000, making it probably Samsung’s most costly smartphone ever.

The major problem with this smartphone, something we have identified almost for much longer: the gravely situated rear fingerprint scanner on the brink of the camera. This time, Samsung has relocated the flash amid the lenses and sensor. Though, it should be located centrally - just resembling every other smartphone with a rear fingerprint sensor. Samsung will build on topmost of its novel all-screen technology, and experts believe the Note series will remain Samsung's high-end, provisional smartphone. Stay tuned for news, rumors, and updates of technology.