Leaked press image shows design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Leaked press image shows design of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8

The slogan "Do bigger things" confirms that the Galaxy Note 8 will have a larger screen than the Galaxy S8 and S8 +, which was no longer doubted.

All in all, the Galaxy Note 8 is likely to be a robust offering by Samsung to take some charm of the new iPhone lineup that would be unveiled sometime in September.

Data compiled by the firm shows that Samsung has shipped 278,000 Galaxy S8 phones a day since the phone's release on April 21st.

Recently, at a conference, a spokesperson from the company has claimed that they will not change the launch date of this upcoming Galaxy Note 8 smartphone.

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be stylized as Note8, as Samsung has done with their past Note-series smartphones. This is very much consistent with previous Samsung policy in this area, with the consumer electronics giant having instigated a separate processor policy for the Eastern and Western world over the last couple of years. As a result, it's expected to continue with internals same as the ones found in original S8, but its design and material choice will be more rough and tough to make it a durable smartphone for adventurers.

That's everything known about the Galaxy Note 8 from Samsung as of today. It will feature an improved ISOCELL sensor, according to an official presentation held in June. This represents a 50 per cent increase over the sadly doomed Galaxy Note 7, and should ensure that the Galaxy Note 8 is a pretty slick and nifty performer.

Samsung has been on a roll with pushing the envelope in terms of product design lately. The new S-Pen is expected to be a magnetic one and could also be more useful in functions such as drawing and taking notes. It also has a thickness of 8.5mm and an IP68 certification for dust and water resistance. Over the past 12 hours, we know when the phone would be coming out in the markets, as well as the complete list of specifications of the Note 8.

Internally, the device will reportedly feature Qualcomm's Snapdragon 835 chipset for USA phones (which are usually the variant that Canada receives as well), and the company's own Exynos 8895 for global models, with 6GB of RAM and 64GB of internal storage expandable by MicroSD.