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Samsung shares how you can watch livestream of Galaxy Unpacked worldwide

Samsung shares how you can watch livestream of Galaxy Unpacked worldwide

The Galaxy Note 8 is aimed at putting to bed any concerns about the safety of Samsung products after the Galaxy Note 7 was equipped with a battery that frequently caught fire. The S Pen will also reportedly follow the color of the back panel of the phablet. Now ahead of launch, Evan Blass took to twitter to post the final image of the device.

The MobileFun images still don't answer some other pressing questions, including what kind of enhancements Samsung has planned for its S Pen stylus and exactly what will be running inside.

The folks over at MobileFun this morning informed Tom's Guide that they've received "official" images from Samsung detailing what the Galaxy Note 8 and its cases will look like.

The Note8 uses essentially the same absolutely wonderful display panel as the S8 and S8+, albeit with a sharper edge curve (to maximize writing surface area), it has the same front-facing camera, the same old Quick Charge 2.0, the same fingerprint reader in the same location (ugh), and the same hardware button layout, including a Bixby key. As the leaks predicted, the rear cameras are situated in a horizontal alignment and they consist of two 12-megapixel sensors, one wide-angle, one telephoto. You can watch the live-stream via Samsung India's English and Hindi website.

The Galaxy Note 8 powered with Snapdragon is expected to arrive in the U.S. The Exynos chipset powered Note 8 is rumored to be available in the worldwide markets.

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The 10th anniversary iPhone 8 is expected to be announced in September, while Google would take the wraps off the Pixel 2 in October.

With security (especially of your smartphone) at the top of your priorities, the Galaxy Note 8 seems to be on the cusp of current and newer security features. It will come with features like OIS and 2x optical zoom. Chances are that only the United States variant of the phone will come with Snapdragon 835 chip.

It also comes with 6GB of RAM - 50 per cent more than the Note 7's 4GB - though its storage remains at 64GB and still comes with a microSD slot. That's about the specs that are expected to back the Note 8. Outside the U.S., which includes India, the Galaxy Note 8 will ship with Samsung's own Exynos 8895 chipset.

Pre-orders for the phone open tomorrow, and it's set to start shipping on September 15.

Further, there are also rumours that on pre-booking the phablet, Samsung will be offering a free 256GB SD card and wireless charger or a free Samsung Gear 360 camera. The same might end up being true with the Galaxy Note 8, which is being offered with preorder sweeteners from Samsung, Sprint, and various retailers.