Samsung Galaxy S8 Active image leaks online; displays rugged body

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active image leaks online; displays rugged body

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active image leaks online; displays rugged body

While Samsung is busy with its Samsung Galaxy S8 phones selling nicely and its upcoming reveal of the Galaxy Note 8, they are also getting ready to reveal another great phone, namely, the Galaxy A7 2018 edition which is all set to launch next year with A7 2018 edition.

The Samsung Galaxy A7 (2016) is an Android smartphone produced by Samsung Electronics.

While the Note 8 is widely expected to have its unveiling on August 23 during the Korean tech conglomerate's Unpacked event in NY, an internal document cited by Android Authority has disclosed that the LG V30 will be taking the spotlight for the first time on August 31 at IFA 2017, which will be held in Berlin. Out of the all four models, the SM-950U is believed to be the base unit. But, it is expected to be expanded to America, Europe and Asia, as we near the official launch date.

Given the pre-order date in Australia, it is likely that Galaxy Note 8 will soon be made available in other major mobile phone markets.

The teaser image also hints at the phablet's design, heavily implying that the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a almost bezel-less look and a screen that wraps around the long edges of its case, in addition to having minimal top and bottom bezels.

According to the document on the Australian website, pre-orders for the device will be opened two days after launch, which means August 25. First mistake was posting documentation about the Galaxy Note 8. That's double the Mount you will get on the standard variant of the Galaxy Note 8. Less than a week ago, new details about the high-end phone surfaced again, which claimed the Samsung SM-W2018 would pack a powerful Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor, 64GB internal memory, and no less than 6GB RAM.

As for the latest release updates about the Note 8, it looks like the Samsung phone has now been certified by the Federal Communications Commission.

When the Galaxy Note 8 arrives in the market, it might be sold at a premium.

The outlook came as global tech giants have been seeking to release larger smartphones to meet the demand. The Note 8 is speculated to be available in three colour options: blue, black, and gold.

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