Rumour mills were rife since last few weeks that South Korea based popular mobile manufacturer Samsung is all set to unveil its latest and most awaited flagship device, the Galaxy Note 8, in the month of September this year, which is slated to compete with its biggest rival Apple. But in a turn of events, Samsung has ‘’accidentally’’ revealed the Galaxy Note 8 on popular social networking platform: Twitter.
Samsung recently promoted its brand new processor Exynos 8895 (also known as the Exynos 9) in a tweet, and that is the same processor which is said to be used in the Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus.
Samsung tweeted, ‘’Do what you want. Exynos will get things done. Learn more about Exynos8895,’’ with the picture of a device attached to the tweet. But here’s the catch! The picture with the tweet didn’t have any of the Galaxy S8 flagships. In fact, the smartphone that was used in the picture was the one boasting of an infinity display, having smaller bezels than both the Galaxy S8 and S8 plus flagships.
Now it doesn’t take a genius to connect the dots, as the picture of this smartphone matches the images of the Galaxy Note 8, which were previously leaked online in the month of June this year. According to reports then, the Galaxy Note 8 would sport a 6.2 inch display, along with 3,300 mAh battery, dual cameras, the Exynos 8895 processor or the Snapdragon 835 chipset and a 6 GB RAM.
It is also being said that the Galaxy Note 8 would be the costliest flagship of Samsung so far, slated to pose with a price tag of USD 900, and quite coincidentally, Apple’s next flagship model, which too is said to debut in the month of September this year is believed to be the company’s priciest bet so far, and will come decked with a price tag of USD 1000.
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