Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Gets FCC Certificate Ahead Of August 23 Release

Samsung is going to hold its unpacked event on August 23, and everyone knows that the Korean company is going to reveal the Galaxy Note 8 in the event. Ahead of next month's launch, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 got certified by the FCC already. 

As noted by Android Headlines, a new model no. SM-N950U from Samsung Electronics has passed through the FCC. Given that the Galaxy Note 7 had the SM-N930 model no. for the USA, and Galaxy S7 has no. SM-G930, it is speculated that spotted SM-N950U is a none other than Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

On the other hand, earlier today, a leak from Samsung's Australian portal confirmed the fact that Samsung is preparing for the Galaxy Note 8's launch. The leak came directly from Samsung Australia, as a Note 8 registration page coming live, The Android Soul reported.

Specification-wise, it's safe to say that the Galaxy Note 8 is going to packs all top class specs. The device is said to have Snapdragon 836 processor, 6GB RAM and 64GB of internal storage for the base model. The Galaxy Note 8 is also said to come in 128GB and 256GB variant, dubbed as Note 8 Emperor Edition.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is going to sport an S-Pen. For the display size, it would be a hair larger than Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, which sports a 6.2-inch display. Rumors say that it will have a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display.

Galaxy Note 8 is also said to boast a dual-camera setup, which will make this device to be the first from Samsung to do so. However, there are also reports that Samsung is also working on more dual-camera phones, like Galaxy C7 2017. The Galaxy Note 8 dual-camera could sport two 12MP sensors, while it could also feature 3X optical zoom.

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