Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Emperor Edition to rock 8GB RAM and 256GB storage: Report

South Korean giant Samsung is on the verge of launching their next Flagship device Galaxy Note 8 on 23 August. But, rumours coming in from Weibo by @ice suggest that Samsung may launch the Galaxy Note 8 Emperor Edition with 8GB RAM and 256GB storage. Further, the tipster also suggests that the Note 8 will be launched with three color variants Black, Gray, and Blue. Furthermore, the report also states that Note 8 will be equipped with 6GB RAM and may sport Qualcomm’s next gen flagship chipset Snapdragon 836.


The Galaxy Note 8 smartphone has been subjected to numerous leaks and rumors in the recent times. We’ve also heard that the company would launch Airpod type Bixby powered earphones along with the Note 8. As some leaks suggest that Note 8 will come with same design aesthetics of Galaxy S8 series handset. The Galaxy Note 8 phablet is tipped to sport 6.3-inches 4k Super AMOLED display with staggering 773 ppi of resolution, Dual 13MP rear camera setup with OIS, an 8MP front camera with F/1.6 aperture,24-bit/192kHz audio chip, and USB 3.1.

Galaxy Note 8

Nonetheless, it has been speculated from some experts that Note 8 will come in two 2 Sim Slot variants (Single Sim, Dual Sim) and in four color options of Gold, Silver, Black, and Blue. The device is expected to be priced at 1000 EURO (INR 75056). The company might offer a one-time free screen replacement in the first 12 months on purchase of the smartphone and many more offers along side. We shall know more details about the Galaxy Note 8 as we inch closer to the launch date.

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