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

By Harsh Soni , Jul 29, 2017 12:55 PM EDT

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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