With just one week left for the official launch of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8, the leaked brochure for the Australian market has surfaced on the web via ausdroid.net. We have seen the specifications and features of the upcoming handset on the rumor mills. The brochure leaked out from the rumor garage reveals the core features of the upcoming handset.
We infer that the leaked Galaxy Note 8 brochure is the one, which will be distributed during the Unboxed event. The front side reads “Do Bigger Things”, which is also present on the official launch invite coupled with Galaxy Note8 on the bottom.
The second image reveals the image of the upcoming phone with the stylus. You can see that the company has provided several features of the phone with a short explanation.
In addition to a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Infinity Display, the Galaxy Note 8 also ships with an InteExpert S-Pen, a dual rear camera with 2x optical zoom support coupled with dust and water resistant capabilities via IP68. Moreover, the device also provides support for Iris scanning and fast wireless charging.
The third page of the leaked brochure starts with the message “Switching made easy” along with the different ways to establish contact with the company. You can either contact their online support team, call them over a toll-free number or visit 27 locations.
The fourth leaked image reveals the fact that note taking has never been so easy. However, the right side features dual camera sensors with the message zoom in, stay sharp. The company has made callouts to specify the exact location of the dual cameras.
With Smart Switch, it is possible to migrate from another smartphone to the new Galaxy Note 8. Moreover, the package includes a pressure-sensitive S Pen stylus using which you can write a message and share it in GIF format. The Screen-off memo helps you to retain the messages while the entire display is switched off.
According to rumors, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be available in Maple Gold and Midnight Black color variants in Australia. However, the Deep Sea Blue color won’t be available soon after the official launch. We don’t have any information about the expected pricing of the phone. Initially, the Galaxy Note 8 will be available in the US, UK and South Korea followed by Australia and India.
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