Samsung Galaxy Note 8 appears on the online store before launch

Samsung Galaxy Note 8's U.S. unlocked version may be revealed with the carrier version. Galaxy Note 8 will boast dual camera setup making it the first device from Samsung to house the feature.

Samsung has listed the U.S. unlocked Galaxy Note 8 on its online Samsung store page for consumers in the States. The product link is however inactive currently and the price for the device has not been mentioned either.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 appears on the online store before launch

There have been numerous rumors and leaks related to the device and it doesn't seem that speculations will find rest until the Galaxy Note 8 is finally showcased next week in New York. Well, not all rumors and leaks were gibberish, at least not the leaked brochure for the device. The same brochure is also seen on the Samsung Store page in the U.S.

This confirms that the device will ship with 64GB of in built storage with the base model. Samsung may also release U.S. unlocked device alongside carrier versions which means users outside of the U.S. may get their hands on it as early as possible. Although looking at the release of earlier flagships it seems unlikely. Samsung Galaxy S8's unlocked version was released after a month of release of the carrier version. Similarly, Galaxy S7's unlocked version came out three months after the release of carrier version.

The design for the device had already been revealed in leaks. The specifications for the device have already been speculated to be at par with Samsung Galaxy S8. The key feature of Galaxy Note 8 is the dual camera setup that it will supposedly offer. Note 8 will be Samsung's first device with dual rear camera setup.

The device will come with curved edges and Super AMOLED display.

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