Samsung Australia gave its customer a chance to be prioritized in the upcoming release of the company's phablet Samsung Galaxy Note 8. This local branch of Samsung Electronics promotes the teaser of the new device in their page which also stated that the Galaxy Note 8 will be unveiled on August 23 which also corresponds to the release date initially announced.

The released teaser of the latest Samsung device also showcased the phablet’s design. According to reports, it is heavily stressing that this new device will look bezel-less and its screen would wrap around the long edges of the case.

Galaxy Note 8 specs, design and release date

While there have been countless of numerous sightings and rumors that leaked online on how Samsung’s latest device would really look like, it has been quite confirmed that it will have a minimal top and bottom bezels.


This is somehow supported by the teaser image released by the local branch of Samsung Electronics in Australia.

As to the size of Note 8, it has also been rumored that it will be bigger than Galaxy S8 Plus as what Samsung Australia connotes in their teaser slogan saying “Do bigger things.” It has been reported that the device will probably be coming to the market with either a 6.3 or 6.4-inch Infinity Display panel and ultimately beat the 18.5:9 aspect ratio of the Galaxy S8 lineup.

Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 will be powering up Note 8 together with Samsung’s in-house Exynos 8895 system-on-chip. The Seoul-based tech giant will also be equipping its new device with a slightly low battery power of 3,300mAh in order to accommodate S Pen Stylus. After it will be revealed in August, Note 8 will be available to customers in September.

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Samsung stock rises before Note 8’s release

With a very good standing of Samsung that it has been showing in the current year, it is very much evident that an increase in its stock will be occurring. This is even before the official announcement of Galaxy Note 8’s release in September.

If we would assume that Note 8 will be performing more than how Note 7 did, then it would really be possible for Samsung’s stock to increase even more. Projections on Samsung’s smartphone profits on the final quarter is also based on the assumption that the launch will smoothly be done and no recalls will be made. However, based on the company’s recent experience, there is a great tendency that its previous problems regarding its device’ battery will now be addressed in its latest release.