Samsung said the device has also gone through extensive testing so it won't suffer the same fate as last year's fire-prone Note 7. Visit dbrand.com to configure your own Galaxy Note 8 skin, or pick one up for any of their supported devices, including iPhones, the Essential Phone, and even MacBooks. Ahead of next week's official release, several reports indicate that buyers who pre-ordered are already receiving devices from their wireless carriers.
Hancom today confirmed that all Galaxy Note 8 units sold in the United States will come with its productivity app. Users will not only be able to edit PDF files using this app but also Microsoft Office, PowerPoint, and Excel files.
It seems, however, that Samsung could be working on a true bezel-less display, and that perhaps this technology could be first featured in the inevitable Galaxy S9.
Several reviewers have also pointed out that the Note 8 retains the same drawback as the S8 and S8 Plus by locating the fingerprint security sensor on the back of the device alongside the dual cameras.
After last year's flaming debacle that was the Samsung Galaxy Note 7, we're pleased to confirm that the Galaxy Note 8 is here - and it's rather excellent. It will be made available in Black, Pink and Gold colors and no further information about the price is revealed.
The Note 8 is set to compete directly with LG Electronics Inc.'s V30 smartphone, along with the new iPhone set to be showcased by USA giant Apple Inc. later this month. The company will hold an event in New Delhi on 13th September at 12:30PM.