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Though Samsung stopped short of revealing the phone’s actual release date for the phone Samsung Galaxy Note 8, it appears as though the company inadvertently leaked the preorder date.
Or at least that’s when the new screen replacement program for the Galaxy Note 8 kicks off in the region.
In addition to revealing the potential preorder start date for Australia, the terms and conditions mention the phone’s full name (Galaxy Note 8) and product model number (SM-N9404).
Samsung Australia will offer one free Galaxy Note 8 screen replacement within 12 months of purchase under a new Screen Assure program, which runs through late October 2018.
If August 25th is indeed the preorder date in Australia, it’s likely the Galaxy Note 8 will be available for pre-order on the same date in various other major mobile phone markets, including the US, key EU countries, and Asia.
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Samsung phone to release a special edition of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 phone with 8GB RAM, 256GB storage
While the regular Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be officially launched on August 23, a limited edition Samsung galaxy Note 8 Emperor is also being planned alongside.
The latest is Samsung’s reported plan to launch a special edition of its yet-to-be launched Galaxy Note 8.
The eyebrow raising spec, if rumors are to be believed, is that this special edition Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Emperor will sport 8GB of RAM and a whopping 256GB internal memory.
There are also suggestions that the special edition phablet may be the first device with the Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 SoC.
Tech ShortsThe phone will be called the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Emperor.
The Galaxy Note 7 was a disaster, but the company is ready to move ahead by releasing the Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been spotted at the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC), where the smartphone has received certification.
Four variants of the Galaxy Note 8 – SM-950U, SM-950U1, SM-950XU and SM-950W – have received the FCC certifications in the US.
The Galaxy Note lineup has never come cheap, but the Galaxy Note 8 could become the most expensive smartphone in the company’s portfolio.
Considering that Samsung will launch the Galaxy Note 8 ahead of the iPhone 8, the phone will carry the top-of-the-line specifications.