Samsung Galaxy Note 8 set to be Samsung's priciest phone yet


We're all probably expecting Samsung to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 later this year - that's not big news.

The Galaxy Note 8 will be the most expensive Samsung smartphone ever once it launches in the second half of September, according to prolific leaker Evan Blass.

As per the reports, the Galaxy Note 8 will come with the same infinity display design which the Galaxy S8 sports.

The Galaxy S8 was available in Orchid Grey, Midnight Black, Arctic Silver, Coral Blue and Maple Gold color options at launch. An early prototype of the Galaxy S8 also revealed that Samsung had hoped to include this feature in its flagship, only to be denied by logistical difficulties.

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The price for a Galaxy Note 8 device is said to be around 900 $ in the U.S and 999 € in Europe.

However, this time around the cameras and the sensor will be separated by the LED and heart rate sensors, which hopefully will prevent users from smudging the shooter's lenses with their fingers. The Galaxy Note series is Samsung's very best, with all of the best features possible, and that's always reflected with steep pricing.

In terms of photography, the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to sport a horizontally arranged dual rear camera setup consisting of two 12-megapixel sensors with Optical Image Stabilization and an LED flash.

But having said that, previously there was one another report claiming Samsung to instead use ye-to-launch Snapdragon 836. The smartphone features a 13 MP primary sensor on the back and a 13 MP selfie snapper too. It's also less likely to get Android O and a in-screen fingerprint sensor, but will beat the iPhone 8 and iPhone 7S to market. The phone will have a large 3500mAh battery, supporting "Quick Charge 2.0" via microUSB.