The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be equipped with 6GB of RAM as opposed to 4GB found in the Galaxy S8 series and will also provide an upgrade in the imaging department by featuring a dual camera setup that can also be seen in the newly uncovered renders of the device.
However, the company has addressed one of the biggest criticisms of the S8, namely that the scanner was placed so close to the camera that users were leaving smudges on the lens.
A second source, Mobile Fun, has also confirmed the presence of a rear fingerprint sensor with a number of case preorder listings on its website, first spotted by Forbes. It is available in two color variants - Black and Gold.
According to an anonymous Samsung official Samsung Galaxy Note FE's availability may expand outside of Korea later this month.
The news comes courtesy of Korean news site Onsen (via Tech Times), which suggested Samsung's next flagship could start at that price point, but a more premium 128GB model would cost in excess of $1000.
After its release in South Korea on Friday, July 7, the refurbished Samsung Galaxy Note 7 is reportedly selling well in the market.
The alleged render for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 with an Olixar phone casing.
The Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to be made known this August and could be officially released by September.
The connectivity option that we will get to encounter in Samsung Galaxy On Max will be Bluetooth, WiFi b/g/n, GPS, a 3.5mm headphone jack and a microUSB port, as per Geeky Gadgets. Speculations are rife that the upcoming phablet will sport an enormous 6.3-inch display compared to the 5.7-inch on the older iteration.