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Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Everything we know so far

14 Julio 2017

Samsung previously launched a 'Mini' version for the Galaxy S5, but did not launch one for the Galaxy S6 or S7. The fingerprint sensor will also likely be next to the cameras, just like it is on the S8. In Europe, prices are rumoured to start at €999, which is very pricey indeed. This seems an entirely natural process considering the fiasco that the Korean corporation suffered with the Galaxy Note 7.

According to a new report by The Korea Herald there appears to be two issues which are causing the delays. Here we'll go over all the Galaxy Note 8 release details we have so far and explain how it compares to the Galaxy S8 based on rumors. This would then tessellate neatly with a September release. But in recent years, the company embarked on a mission to beat the latest iPhone to market.

Not too long ago, the Galaxy C7 (2017) passed through the WiFi Alliance process and the certification stage of Bluetooth SIG and smartphone enthusiasts have already started hazarding all sorts of speculations regarding the looming handset.

The device is expected to be Samsung's most expensive smartphone ever, carrying a price tag of approximately Rs 72,000. The memory will be expandable up to 256GB via a microSD card. The Galaxy S8, meanwhile, measures 148.9 x 68.1 x 8.0mm, weighing marginally more than the OnePlus 5 at 155g.

Reports have also emerged recently which suggests that the Galaxy Note 8 will include a 4K resolution display for the first time.

Microsoft is also understood to be working on smart speakers that will run on its Windows 10 operating system.

One of the key highlights of the Galaxy On Max is the 'flagship' 13-megapixel rear camera with aperture f/1.7 to click good photos - whether there's daylight, sunset or low-light conditions.

An interesting aspect of the Galaxy Note 8 could be the S Pen stylus that has become a notable feature of the series.

Last week, Samsung launched its new mid-range smartphone, the Galaxy On Max, which is priced at Rs 16,900. This essentially means that the processor will be called as Snapdragon 840. This could be a reflection of the fact that many Apple consumers were disappointed by this decision. It's available from the Samsung online store (£689 for the S8 and £779 for S8+) as well as from retailers such as John Lewis, Selfridges and Argos.

Coming to other specs, the Geekbench listing reveals that the Samsung SM-G9600 will come with 4GB of RAM and Android 7.1.2 Nougat OS.