As we reported last week, two South Korean publications revealed that Samsung will be launching its most-awaited Galaxy Note 8 in late August. Now, CEO of the smartphone giant DJ Koh has confirmed the news himself regarding the big reveal.
Ever since the company confirmed that it will not kill off its Note lineup, people have been waiting to see what Samsung has in store for them.
According to Android Headlines, Koh also revealed that even though the company will unveil Note 8 in August, the users will be able to get their hands on the flagship device in September.
Reportedly, people in the UK, US, and South Korea will be the first one to receive these smartphones while others will have to wait till October to experience the marvel of Galaxy Note 8.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to feature Dual-lens Camera, S-Pen which will be capable of translation functions, rear-mounted fingerprint scanner, 6.3 inches screen and a powerful chipset by Qualcomm.
Recently, another leaked image posted by Ice Universe (username on Twitter) reveals an alleged design of Note 8.
Till now, Samsung is having quite a good year with the launch of its flagship smartphones Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. The astounding design of its phones has already helped the company to recover from last year’s woes.
According to our sources, the company is looking to introduce its AI Assistant Bixby in Pakistan as well which makes us quite hopeful that Note 8 will have this feature by default.