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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to go on sale from September 15

06 August 2017

On the price front, Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be priced around €999, making it the most expensive smartphone that Samsung has ever made. The display of this device is 0.1 inches larger than the Samsung Galaxy S8 Plus, which comes out at 6.2 inches.

Earlier in the week, Evan Blass unveiled the Galaxy Note 8 technical sheet.

One reason behind this decision is Samsung's chief rival Apple dropping plans to integrate fingerprint sensor under the display in the iPhone 8.

The images have been published by SlashLeaks and as per the image, two Samsung batteries have been shown.

KGI has reported that the Galaxy S9, which is expected to release next year, will feature the same rear placed fingerprint sensor, while the Galaxy Note 9 will feature a screen embedded fingerprint sensor.

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In last month's announcement for its August 23 Unpacked event in New York City, Samsung said it would "reveal the latest member of the Galaxy family with the ultimate multitasking device for those who want to do bigger things with their phone".

Samsung Electronics, however, is expected to face tougher competition in the second half of this year due to the launch of flagship models by its rivals.

Apple is turning the heads and break the records with the iPhone 8, iPhone Pro, iPhone X later this fall. The cutouts for the sensors and selfie camera corresponds with the leaked images of the front panel of the Galaxy Note 8 that have surfaced in the recent past. Samsung will use the same OLED Infinity display on the Note 8, though there will be a few minor changes.

According to the report, the phone will come packing the much-rumoured 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display, along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor in the U.S. and Sammy's own Exynos 8895 globally. Note 8 will have USB-C, a 3.5mm headphone jack and built-in storage of 64GB expandable with microSD, and 6GB of RAM. The bottom bezel of the phablet is empty.

After the Galaxy Note 7 mishap previous year that resulted in its official discontinuation, it is the Galaxy Note 8 that needs to be an attractive package to improve Samsung's image in the market.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to go on sale from September 15