New leak confirms 256GB variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 8

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will come with two processor variants one with Snapdragon 835 for the U.S. market and the other with Exynos Soc for Korean, Asian and European markets.

A new information related to the Samsung Galaxy S8 has supposedly been leaked just a couple of days ahead of its launch. It is not much of an information, it is rather a leaflet which has some details printed on it. The information has been printed in Korean although it seems to convey the offers available on different variants of the device. What is absolutely certain about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 from the leaked leaflet is the fact that the device will be available with 256GB of internal storage.

New leak confirms 256GB variant of Samsung Galaxy Note 8

This was nothing out of unexpected and it was almost certain that the device will come with 256GB of internal storage. Recently, Samsung listed the Note 8 on its U.S. store confirming that the basic model will have 64Gb or storage onboard.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will reportedly be launched at an event in New York on August 23, 2017. Samsung will try its best to sell out the devices as quickly as possible with a big marketing strategy. It will also try to make up for the loss it had to bear last year after its Note flagship failed after incidents of explosions.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will revive the Note series. It is coming in with curved edges which is a signature style for the S series. It will come with two Soc variants. Consumers in the U.S. will get the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 variant while Korean, European and Asian markets will get the Exynos 8895 SoC variant.

Samsung has enjoyed a great second and third quarter of 2017 in terms of sales and revenue and Note 8 is ready to double up on its success.

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