Earlier today, Blass tweeted that the #Samsung Galaxy Note 8 would be made available for pre-order on August 24, just a day after its debut on Samsung's Unpacked event.
Samsung Note 8 Appears on AnTuTu: With many expectations of pure design genius, Samsung is going to release its next Flagship Phablet. Speaking of which, a few rumors have claimed that the Note 8 will be made available in the USA right after the day it's launched, i.e., on August 24.
Evan Blass has also posted that the phone go on pre-order with 256GB memory card, wireless charger and 360 cam.
Tech insiders have speculated that the Note 8 will be a 6.3-inch device with an active-matrix organic light-emitting diode (AMOLED) Infinite Display that would cover the whole front panel. The device is expected to come with Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor and 6GB of RAM. Previous rumors said Samsung would offer 64GB models, as well as 128GB versions.
The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to come in numerous colors, and rumors indicate Samsung will introduce a new model called Deep Sea Blue. The Note 8 may also be the first Samsung handset with a dual-lens camera, the kind of which is found on the iPhone 7 Plus and other Android rivals, namely OnePlus 5 and Nokia 8. But the company will will be hoping the new Note 8 can return the brand to its former glory. In the photo visible dual main camera next to the fingerprint scanner, and next to the device shows the S Pen stylus. It's unclear what freebies in other markets are they getting, but the notable leaker claimed that Samsung will bundle Galaxy Note 8 pre-orders with the DeX dock in European markets.