According to an statement of Samsung’s CEO DJ Koh, Samsung Galaxy S8 is expected to reveal in the late August reveal of the Galaxy Note 8. If the statement is true, the Galaxy Note lineup will be released just a few days before the beginning of IFA. Following on that statement, he has also mentioned that the Galaxy Note 8 would be revealed at the end of August, but the first sale to consumers will begin in September, which would match up with previous rumors.
The rumored regions will have chance to receive the Note 8 first, including the U.S, South Korea, and the UK. This shouldn’t be too surprising as three of these regions are large markets. South Korea is the Samsung’s biggest Asian market, and the UK and the U.S. are continuously two large Western markets. The three regions are expected to be the only markets to receive the phone in September, while other regions will get the phone in October. However, the report of Koh did not mention the exact date for waves of the launch, but according to the previous rumors, the first launch wave of the Galaxy Note 8 wouldn’t hit these markets until after IFA winds up.
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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 is expected to correct the overheating issues that unfolded with last year’s ill-fated Galaxy Note 7. It has already been put in a series of tests and safety measures to ensure the build quality is up to standard and there is now explosion with the battery. Samsung performed these experiments on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, but it is surely looking for a flawless release of the Galaxy Note 8 in order to put the minds of customers at ease.
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