Samsung will release the Galaxy Note 8 on September 15, according to the reliable source Evan Blass. The latest leak also claims that flagship phablet will be available to pre-order a day after it's announced on Wednesday, September 23.
Following rumors that the Samsung Galaxy Note8 will be available in the US a day after its unveiling, tipster Evan Blass has confirmed that August 24 will be the date for the pre-orders of Galaxy Note 8. For the sales of the device he claims that it will kick off as early as September 15, GSM Arena reported.
With the pre-order of Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the buyer will be able to choose between a convertible wireless charger and the Samsung Gear 360 as a pre-order bonus. However, no matter which of these you choose, all pre-orders will also say to come with a free 256GB microSD card. Evan also claims that the pre-order gift for European purchaser is a DeX dock, according to the 9to5Google.
Samsung had debuted the Galaxy 8 and Galaxy S8+ phones on March 29 and the shipments of these phones had started on April 21. Therefore, the Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders may run for a few weeks and shipments date for September 15 might be true. In South Korea, the pre-orders of the Galaxy Note 8 expected to run from September 1 to 10. However, the shipping of Galaxy Note 8 is said to run between September 11 and 14 in the home country.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 sales are expected to first start in the U.S., the U.K., and South Korea in the next month. The upcoming Note 8 would be coming to other markets in October. The device is said to arrive in color variants, which are Midnight Black, Maple Gold, Orchid Gray and Deep Sea Blue. The U.S. is rumored to get Snapdragon 835 edition of the Note 8, while other markets are said to receive Exynos 8895 chipset.
Previous leaks suggest that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature a 6.3-inch QUD+ AMOLED display, a dual-camera system with a f/1.7 aperture and 2x optical zoom, IP68 dust, and water resistance. Note 8 is said to come with 6GB of RAM and display technology similar to Apple's Force Touch