Galaxy Note 8 Appears Briefly On Samsung’s Website Ahead Of Wednesday Launch

Samsung has unveiled the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 on its official website. According to reports, Samsung recently posted an image of the highly anticipated phablet on its official website. However, the phablet only appeared briefly on the site as the developer removed the post shortly after.

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Galaxy Note 8 Appears Briefly On Samsung’s Website Ahead Of Wednesday Launch

There have been lots of alleged leaks rumors about the device but it seems the developer has decided to make things official by unveiling the device on its own website. The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to launch next week and the new teaser has confirmed lots of previous leaks and rumors about the device.

It is reported by TechRadar that the link to the new teaser now leads to a blank page confirming that the developer has pulled the post off its website. Although the post did not seem to confirm much that is not already known about the upcoming device, it is believed that fans will get to know more when the device launches on Wednesday.

Meanwhile, the recent teaser of the upcoming note 8 showed the United States unlocked version of the phablet with the model number UZKAXAA. It is reported by Peoplenetv that the model number matches those used for the unlocked Galaxy S8 devices in the United States. This could mean that the unlocked version of the new phablet will likely be released at the same time as the carrier models.

If this speculation is to be considered, it means the developer will not follow the traditional method of launching unlocked versions few months after the launch of carrier models. Although the developer is yet to confirm this, it is reported that the launch of the two versions at the same time is highly probable.

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