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Report: Samsung exec confirms the Note 8 is coming next month

The Next Web Wednesday, 12 July 2017 ()
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is set to be revealed next month, according to a report by Korean publication The Investor. The publication claims it was informed by a Samsung executive that the device would be revealed during August, in New York. Another Korean publication, The Bell, reports the exact date is August 23, but The Investor‘s source wouldn’t confirm the exact date. On the other hand, reliable leaker Evan Blass had previously suggested the launch would happen in the second half of September. A simple explanation for the discrepancy would be that Samsung plans to reveal the device in August,…

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News video: Samsung teases Galaxy Note 8 launch on August 23

Samsung teases Galaxy Note 8 launch on August 23 01:21

Invites are out for the reveal of the new Galaxy Note 8.

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