Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Set For September 15

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Samsung released a 128GB of storage and 6GB of RAM version of the Galaxy S8, but there were only 150,000 units and it was only on sale in the company's home market of South Korea. Now, we hear that the Galaxy Note 8 could have a pressure sensitive display.

The report from ET News cites a leaked roadmap for the launch of the Note 8 handset.

This entails to the ineluctable witticism about The South Korean OEM copying the tech innovation of Apple, though it is worth emphasizing about the iPhone 8's prominent features this year - a 5.8-inch almost bezel-less edge-to-edge display, wireless charging functionalities, fast charging and the rebirth of the all-glass back panel - are all already featured on most recent and current generations of Galaxy smartphones.

Another Korean source published info that the Galaxy Note8 might arrive with 3D Touch anywhere on the screen. Later, the tech giant applied the same to its all time hit devices iPhone 6S. Samsung's decision to pick a huge battery such as this is a great one since the phablet's 6.3-inch display consumes a lot of power. Assuming the leak is correct, the phone will be officially announced on the 23rd of August (which we already knew). Some reports also say that the pre-orders will continue until 10 of September.

This was discovered by regular Twitter leaker Roland Quandt, who shared images of the new device in a tweet.

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