Jul 16, 2017 02:36 AM EDT
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 leaks are coming one after another ahead of the launch phablet. Recently, Samsung has teased regarding the Note 8 in its tweet. In a teaser image, Samsung has given the first glimpse of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. The smartphone has been rumored to be released in September this year.
The Samsung Exynos team has shared a Twitter post on Thursday meant to advertise the benefits of the Samsung Exynos 8895 SoC. However, the smartphone pictured in the tweet looked like the upcoming rumored Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
The mysterious smartphone in the Samsung's tweet has design elements similar to previous leaks of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. While the company has not mentioned anything regarding the said phablet, it is possible that it is just a prototype device or generic render as it doesn't have a power button that is usually located on the right side of the device.
On the other hand, DigiTimes has reported citing a component maker in Taiwan that Samsung will be releasing its Galaxy Note 8 smartphone in September. Samsung has recently launched the Galaxy Note FE (Fan Edition), which is the refurbished model of the Galaxy Note 7.
In Korea, Samsung Galaxy Note FE can be seen as a move for South-Korean Tech Giant to test market reaction prior to the roll-out of the Galaxy Note 8. A total of 400,000 Galaxy Note FE were sold out shortly after the debut of refurbished smartphone, as reported by Sammobile.
To recall, a recent report has also suggested that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be launched on August 23 this year. The device will be made available broadly in global markets in September, as said earlier. More about the Galaxy Note 8 will get to know at the launch.
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