The company has already sent media invites for an "Unpacked' launch event to be held in New York City on August 23 and based on the past leaks, we already have a fair idea about the specifications and features of the upcoming phablet".
Galaxy Note 8 was recently cleared by the FCC and was certified to be ready for the consumers by the USA telecom regulator, ahead of its highly-anticipated launch at the "Unpacked" event on August 23 in New York City.
Specification-wise, it's safe to say that the Galaxy Note 8 is going to packs all top class specs.
The Samsung SM-W2018 which was the same model earlier got leaked and had also got certified by the TENAA in China.The device was running SD821 chip inside coupled with 4GB RAM and as per recent leaks, the same model is now powered by SD835 chip coupled with 6GB RAM and 64GB internal storage.With the above hardware, the Samsung SM-W2018 will be one of the most powerful flip-phones in the world. Also, there is a screen replacement offer too available for Galaxy Note 8. With the given camera prowess, the Galaxy Note 8 will take on the likes of OnePlus 5, Honor 8 Pro and Mi 6.
The photograph that can be seen above suggests that the South Korean original equipment manufacturer (OEM) is looking to continue pursuing the design language introduced with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus, as the company's next phablet will apparently feature a slightly larger version of the Infinity Display panel found on its previous two flagships, with the screen itself boasting an unusual aspect ratio of 18.5:9 and being significantly taller and slimmer than the 16:9 industry standard. Rumors say that it will have a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display. A couple of days back, Samsung affirmed that it will hold a press conference on August 23rd in NY, where it's expected to uncover the Galaxy Note 8. The dual-rear camera setup is also said to come with optical image stabilization. Other key features include AI-powered digital voice assistant Bixby, an Iris scanner, a dual rear camera comprising of a 13MP primary sensor with wide-angle lens and a 12MP secondary sensor with a telephoto lens, as reported by MyDrivers quoting KGI securities analyst Guo Ming.