Samsung is all geared to roll out Galaxy Note 8, its flagship phablet, and the rumors and leaks associated to the handset are still emerging.
As per a report by Sammobile, the costing for the Galaxy Note 8 might begin at CNY 6,288 (almost Rs 60,000) for the 6 GB/64 GB version, CNY 7,088 (almost Rs 68,000) for the 6 GB/128 GB version, and CNY 7,988 (almost Rs 77,000) for the 256 GB version.
As per another report by Techtastic, a Dutch website, for those who choose to buy the Galaxy Note 8 with storage of 256 GB will be allowed to choose between a Nemonic printer or an AKG Bluetooth speaker in some areas. This report also exposes that the users who pre-order the model with 64 GB of space will get a coupon of $90 or 100,000 Won which can be used by them to purchase a 5,100mAh fast charge portable battery back, a Gear VR, or a LED Cover for the smartphone.
Lately, Galaxy Note 8, the forthcoming flagship phablet, made a short appearance on the official website of the company. The 64 GB storage variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 got listed on the site of the company, exposing some of the key feature as well as its model number. The listing was shortly taken down by the firm. The pictures of the listed variant verified that the smartphone will feature a setup of dual rear cameras and will have the much-touted Infinity display of the company that made its entrance in Galaxy S8+ and Galaxy S8 handsets. The pictures also verify support of Bixby in the handset.
Previously this week, another suspected leak associated Note 8 handset came online. An Australian website said to have got hold of a booklet of the handset that exposed that the device will arrive in Gold and Black color variants in Australia. This means that there possibly will be no model in Deep Blue Sea color variant as speculated widely. In addition to this, the brochure also exposes other so-called features of the Note 8. These comprise Smart S Pen, a 6.3-inch Infinity display, dual camera with 2 x zoom, iris scanner, and fast charging.