Earlier last month, #Samsung confirmed that they will be introducing their #Galaxy Note 8 phablet at an event on August 23. The device’s launch is especially important for Samsung because the firm hopes to revive its lost glory ( a reference to Galaxy #note 7) through this successor. The device has suffered a huge loss last year due to the Note 7's technical problems. Rumors indicate that the Note 8 will be similar to Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus in many ways, however; there will be quite a few differences too. There will be many competitors of the phone including upcoming LG V30 and Apple iPhone 8 Plus.

Registration for the phone will start soon after the release

According to ValueWalk, pre-registration for Galaxy Note 8 is expected to begin the day after tomorrow, 24th August.

The units will only be shipped after September 15. Galaxy Note 8 units will be first supplied to the US, UK, and Australian market, followed by the other countries like China and India. According to BGR, the phablet is believed to carry a 6.3-inch QHD+ ‘Infinity Display.’ The device might also be the first of its kind to support the 4K content viewing experience. The screen will probably boost of 1,440 x 2,960 pixels resolution. It might also feature USB-C Type for connectivity and fast charging.

Wide range of color options with the phablet

The design on Note 8 will be like Galaxy S8 smartphone. The handset will sport a curved glass backing on the front and back panels, along with a camera bump on the backside. As far as the dimensions of the device are concerned, the Note 8 is expected to measure 162.4 x 74.5 x 8.4mm.

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Samsung has been rumored to be planning on introducing eight new color variants with its Note 8 smartphone. While the primary colors will be Midnight Black, Maple Gold, Deep Sea Blue and Orchid Grey; these are expected to be joined by others like Coral Blue and Violet among others.

Samsung is speculated to launch two variants of its Galaxy Note 8 – one will be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 system-on-chip, while the other will come equipped with the Exynos 8995 chipset. The device will probably boast a dual rear camera setup with 2x optical zoom and an ordinary front camera. The smartphone is further going to feature an IP68 certification, making the handset both, dust and water resistant. The pricing detail of the smartphone will known once the device has finally been launched but it might cost around $900.