Samsung, as well as carriers in the US, have received high numbers of preorders for the phone.
The South Korean giant plans to ship the new phablets to early adopters starting September 15, ahead of the official released slated for September 21. The new Samsung Galaxy C8 is now listed on company's China website and it is expected to go on sale in China pretty soon in Black, Gold and Pink colour options. According to the report, Samsung will offer this special perk to only those customers who chose to preorder the handsets from the company directly.More news: Northern Ireland 'to have different Brexit deal'
UBS's Steven Milunovich has claimed in a new report that Apple will only offer two versions of its iPhone 8, which could end up being called the iPhone X, rather than the three which rival analysts say will be unveiled on 12th September. That makes sense given that the Galaxy Note 8 is likely going to be one of the most popular Android devices in the current quarter and the next. In terms of power and performance, the device draws its power from a 2.39GHz octa-core (unspecified) processor, which comes coupled with 3GB/4GB of RAM and 32GB/64GB of internal storage, which can be further expanded up to 256GB via a micro SD card.
We have covered the leaks of the Galaxy C8 extensively and even recently reported that the Galaxy C8 might be the first C series smartphone to sport a dual camera setup.More news: Trump to nominate GOP Rep. Bridenstine as NASA chief
The rear dual cameras of the Galaxy C8 is a 13-megapixel RGB camera sensor of aperture f/1.7 paired with a 5-megapixel monochrome shooter of aperture f/1.9. The handset also sports an 8-megapixel selfie sensor.More news: Explosive used by IS found in France apartment
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