Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Specs, Leaks: Flier Confirmed 256GB Galaxy Note 8 Variant

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 launch is not far from now and the latest leak confirms that the 256GB version of the Galaxy Note 8. The 256GB Galaxy Note 8 will not only come with quadruple the storage of the base 64GB model, but some premium goodies as well. The latest information has been printed in Korean looks to convey the offers available on different variants of the device.  There will be a promo in South Korea there, which offers buyer a choice between an AKG Bluetooth speaker and a Nemonic printer.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is said to make its debut at Samsung's Unpacked event in New York next week. However, the leaked information written on the South Korean electronic maker's website was an unlocked model (UZKAXAA) intended for the US market. The product link was dead even when the product page was live, however the listing itself revealed a few tidbits, as reported by Hot Hardware.

The 64GB model of Galaxy Note 8 will be coming with a coupon for up to KRW 100,000 off accessories like the Gear VR or a combo of case plus external 5,100mAh battery. These are just examples, there are more options expected to come when the actual launch will happen. This information somewhat bonds into the report of Samsung offering cases with the Galaxy Note8, as reported by GSM Arena.

Galaxy Note 8 will revive the Samsung's Note series. It is coming in with curved edges which are a signature style for the S series. The Note 8 will be coming with two SoC variants. Consumers in the U.S. will get the Snapdragon 835 version while Korean, European and Asian markets will get the Exynos 8895 SoC variant.

For the pricing, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with 6GB RAM, 64GB storage will have a price tag of 6,288 yuan, which is around $943. However, the 6GB RAM + 128GB storage and 6GB RAM + 256GB storage are expected to carry a price tag of 7,088 yuan (~$1,063) and 7,988 yuan (~$1,198) respectively.

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