Samsung Galaxy S8 Active accidentally confirmed by AT&T?

Samsung Galaxy S8 Active accidentally confirmed by AT&T?

The said leaks presented that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be sporting a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Display and that is going to be bigger than the Galaxy S8+.

Samsung's Galaxy S8 is the most beautifully designed smartphone we have seen this year so far.

The Galaxy Note 8 is unveiled in a new promotional image.

According to the report, the phone will come packing the much-rumoured 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display, along with a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor in the USA and Sammy's own Exynos 8895 globally.

The images have been published by SlashLeaks and as per the image, two Samsung batteries have been shown. Previous speculations suggested that the Note 8 will have a fingerprint scanner located at the rear.

In any case, we just hope that the Galaxy Note 8 will help erase the bad memory that Note 7 has left on many consumers as well as Samsung fans.

Samsung has sent invites for its August 23 Unpacked event, where the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be unveiled. This is because Samsung used a simultaneous global launch strategy for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, and the company will likely continue it with the Galaxy Note 8. Samsung will launch the smartphone alongside the LG V30 and before Apple releases the iPhone 8. The certification indicates that the dual-SIM Galaxy Note 8 is on its way. With 6GB of RAM and 64GB of inbuilt storage, the handset will lack the facility of micro-SD card slot. Popular Tipster Evan Blass on twitter revealed the full specs of Samsung GalaxyNote 8 on his twitter account with a link to Venture Beat Article. Although its normal September launch could be delayed by as much as three months because of supply issues, the new iPhone is expected to have numerous same features as Samsung's new smartphone, including a bezel-free front display. The back will have dual 12MP cameras and power will be via a 3,300 mAh internal battery. Many are anticipating that the phone will be released prior or later that the Note 8 release.

The promotional image shared by Evan Blass does not teach us much, but it allows us to admire the front of the Galaxy Note 8 ...