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Wallet-busting Galaxy Note 8 “to launch in September”

According to this blog, Galaxy Note 8 will be Samsung’s most expensive smartphone yet carrying a retail price of $999 which is almost $1000.According to Venture Beat, Samsung’s upcoming Galaxy Note 8 may be its priciest one till now with a price tag of $900.Pricing for handsets obviously varies by market.The leaked image is allegedly of the front panel of the Galaxy Note 8 that shows the display glass and the bezels on the top and bottom. It’s also likely to have an “Infinity Display” but it means there may be no physical home button on the Note 8. While the phablet will be powered by the same Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 9 8895 chipsets as the Galaxy S8 duo, the octa-core chips will be paired with 6GB of RAM on the Galaxy Note 8. The report further says Samsung will introduce a 12-megapixel dual camera for the first time. Both sensors will be laid out next to each other horizontally, with the flash and heart rate sensor placed on the right. The presentation of the smartphone will take place either in the course of the exhibition IFA in Berlin 2017, or shortly before it. Cost new is not cheap: Samsung has notified partners that the Galaxy Note 8 has been assessed by the company at €999. It seems that the Galaxy Note 8 launch will particularly focus on the S Pen, as Samsung attempts to reinvigorate the Galaxy Note 8 brand following the disaster of the exploding Galaxy Note 7.This proved unpopular previously as users said that the rear camera was often smudged but Samsung has made up for this mishap with ‘with the new software that will improve split-screen multitasking, give the S Pen more capabilities and enable users to pin handwritten notes to the always-on display, ‘ Blass explained. DeX support is another rumored feature, which can allow the smartphone to be used as a full-fledged PC by attaching additional hardware like a monitor and keyboard. As for color options, the Galaxy Note 8 will be available black, blue and gold shades at launch.