There have been countless rumors and leaks concerning the Galaxy S8 Active so far and the latest brings us a high-resolution render of the device itself. Today, the Galaxy Note 8 certified by FCC. The company's CEO has also confirmed the launch of this phone in the coming August month, hopefully on August 23rd.
The teaser image also hints at the phablet's design, heavily implying that the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a almost bezel-less look and a screen that wraps around the long edges of its case, in addition to having minimal top and bottom bezels. So the upcoming smartphone from Samsung would make new benchmarks in the technology market for sure. The device has received this certification with the model number SM-N950U.
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According to the data compiled by Strategy Analytics, phablets with screen sizes larger than 6 inches are set to take up 4.3 percent of the global smartphone market for 2017, rising sharply from 2.3 percent posted a year ago.
For now, there is no word on when the smartphone will go official and we have yet to confirm if the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active will release in the UAE and the Middle East. Tell us what do you think of the Samsung Galaxy S8 Active? The phone sports a 6.3 inches QHD+ Super AMOLED display with 4K recordings. People just have to give the name (first and the last), mobile number, email ID, the handset you are now using, Instagram ID and the carrier network details. The chipset could be paired with up to 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage along with a microSD card slot for storage expansion. The phone is running on an Android 7.1.1 Nougat Operating System. This S-pen would offer more functionality to your smartphone to get done many of your routine tasks done. The date could have been a typo or, maybe, the folks at Samsung Australia wanted to send us tech writers into a tizzy over a line of text. Stay tuned with us for more information on the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.