Now that we’ve officially entered the second half of 2017, it’s time to get serious on this year’s remaining flagship mobile launches. Right now, there are three contenders in the rumor mill. These are the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Apple’s iPhone 8 and Google’s Pixel 2/Pixel 2 XL. All three are regular features and right now it’s the Note 8’s turn. Today, some more information for the phablet has come to light. Take a look below to find out more.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Will Be Unveiled On August 26th, Will Have 64GB As Base Storage & Cost Between $1000-$1100
We’ve seen a lot of rumors floating around related to the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 recently. The best of these claims that the device will feature a dual vertical rear camera. Dual cameras are the norm of flagship town, and not a single Samsung device in the arena features them. The Note 8 will change all of this according to rumors and today we’ve got a new source which corroborates this little detail.
Korean publication OSEN quotes a source working for Samsung, who’s got some pretty juicy details for the upcoming Note 8. According to him, Samsung will remove the 32GB storage option for the device this year. The Note 8 will launch in two storage options, starting from 64GB and ending at 128GB. Users will be able to upgrade storage to 256GB via MicroSD cards. The device will also ship with 6GB RAM, enough to supplement the Snapdragon 835/Exynos 8895 and meet the demands of most users.