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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 To Launch On September 12th in India



Samsung has sent out media invites for the launch of Galaxy Note 8 that is taking place on September 12 in New Delhi. The launch is taking place on the same day as the global launch of iPhone X/iPhone 8. The invitation used the same artwork as the global launch and said ‘Do Bigger Things' which points to Samsung's biggest line of smartphones i.e. The Note. The invite outlines the design of the Note 8 which shows the narrow bezels and the S pen that comes along with the smartphone. 

(c) Samsung(c) Samsung

The Note 8 has already launched globally and it comes with a 6.3-inch Quad HD+ display and has a resolution of 1440X2960 pixels. The international variant is powered by Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 processor, however, we can expect the Indian model to use Exynos 8895 SoC. The Note 8 also has a dual camera setup with two 12-MP lenses that has optical image stabilisation. The device also has an 8-megapixel front facing camera much like the Galaxy S8 and will have a f/1.7 aperture. 

(c) Samsung(c) Samsung

The Note 8 is already selling like hot cakes in other markets and has already surpassed the pre-order sales figures of any Note model sold previously. The Note 8 also performed with flying colours in a recent durability test and continued to work even after going through the abuse. The Note 8 is expected to launch in India for upwards of INR 60,000 and will be one of the most expensive devices sold by Samsung ever. 


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