Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date and Venue Leaked

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date and Venue Leaked

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date and Venue Leaked

The market share reported for the two iPhone models is a decent 20.1% while the two Samsung smartphones could muster only a dismal 8.1% in comparison.

LG has recently launched the sixth generation of its flagship smartphone.

If one looked at the top markets in Europe, comprising countries like Germany, Spain, Italy, Great Britain and France, both the sides seem to have witnessed marginal increases; 2.2% for iOS and 1.1% for iOS phones.

Despite featuring an older Snapdragon 821 processor, Engadget claims that the G6 is "fast in day-to-day use". This includes a 32GB memory card, which can be upgraded to a maximum of 256GB at a later date. As per the rumors, this new technology has given the manufacturer the freedom to make the smartphone lighter.

And as per rumors, Apple has been able to refine the technology as well as managed to overcome operational difficulties to get this technology into the upcoming 10th anniversary edition of the iPhone. In those exact same locations where the iPhone 7 was dropping calls, the Galaxy S8 worked without any calls dropping out. In terms of pricing, the dual-SIM Galaxy S8 Plus is available for purchase from Samsung's website for £779 ($996), which is the same cost as the regular Galaxy S8 Plus. For now, samsung has not announced such an event, nor does it officially speak about the new Note device.

There are reports that the Galaxy Note 8 will go for a massive 6GB RAM, but even if this happens, expect the phone to also come with an entry-level 4GB RAM variant, just like the Galaxy S8+. Now it looks like they're getting ready to have the voice-control capabilities unleashed in the United States but probably not yet in time for the spring release promised earlier. Samsung notes that participation is limited, so you should move quickly. And also, stay tuned to PhoneRadar for more info like this. The short video was posted on Weibo, and looking at the smartphone you can see the Vivo branding clearly on the device. Given that the Galaxy S8 retails for $750, that's a truly awesome saving.