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Marlene Weaver
August 6, 2017

The Korean tech giant will unveil the Galaxy Note 8 in NY on August 23 (local time), about a month later than the usual date for the world debut of the Galaxy Note series.

Additionally, the Galaxy S9 concept presupposes that Samsung will build the fingerprint scanner into the display, eliminating the need for a rear-mounted scanner. The look on the other side of the device, though, received mostly positive reviews like "pretty as hell" and "absolutely stunning". Apple is expected to delay the launch of its iPhone 8 as well, thereby giving both, Samsung and LG enough time to gather as many consumers as they possibly can.

BGR reports on a document found in Samsung's Australian website about pre-orders for Galaxy Note 8 starting on August 25, after its official announcement.

One of the highlights of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the fact that this is the first Samsung smartphone to feature dual cameras on the back. Although its normal September launch could be delayed by as much as three months because of supply issues, the new iPhone is expected to have numerous same features as Samsung's new smartphone, including a bezel-free front display. Though the devices were dubbed as the phones to beat in 2017, not all was rosy in the Samsung world.

While Apple is sure to turn heads and break records with the iPhone 8/iPhone X/iPhone Pro later this fall, Samsung has done more than tread water in the interim.

Similar to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is likely to come in an IP68-certified body that would have a metal and glass mix. It is identical to the one seen on the S8 and S8 Plus smartphones, complete with infinity display. The Note 8 also comes with an S Pen stylus, just like every other Note phone before it. However, Samsung will use under-display fingerprint sensor in the Galaxy Note 9, which is not due for another year. In that Article, he mentioned the detailed specifications of upcoming Galaxy Note 8. Evan Blass, the famous leaker and VentureBeat contributor, has provided his unique insight into the Galaxy Note 8, citing sources extremely close to the Samsung hierarchy.

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