Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to feature force touch

Samsung Galaxy Note8 pre-orders start on September 1

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to Ship in Eight Color Variants

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South Korean site ETNews claims to have a roadmap for the upcoming product launch, claiming that the official launch will take place a week on Wednesday ready for release on 15th September. However, even though the phablet is scheduled to come out on August 23, we already have all the information we need about it, including the color variants it will be available in. By applying a bit more pressure on the Galaxy Note 8 screen, users will likely be able to open hidden menus and options. The report from the Korea Herald states that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature a pressure-sensitive S-Pen stylus, along with the display having pressure-sensitive capabilities, which is similar to that of Apple Phones. Now, as if that wasn't enough, a case maker has just leaked the rear side of the device which further confirms the design we've seen on the previous leak.

Elsewhere there should be a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 processor depending on territory, 6GB of RAM and a 3300mAh battery.

Besides the typical storage variants, a new variant named "Emperor Edition" is rumored to hit the market this time.

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If the Note 8 does release with such a large capacity of internal storage, it will be Samsung's first ever smartphone to do so. Unfortunately, this version of the Note 8 will be available only in the Asian countries including India, China, and Taiwan, according to popular leaker Roland Quandt.

Reminder: Samsung had to recall millions of Galaxy Note 7s after the phones started bursting into flames.

"We have not decided anything regarding Galaxy Note 8." said a high-ranking official for Samsung Electronics.

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