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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will feature big specs and a big price
Samsung fans should get their first look at the Galaxy Note 8 in the autumn with the Korean technology firm likely to announce the new flagship in September.
There's already plenty of leaks to suggest this will be Samsung's greatest phone to date with the device expected to feature a giant edge-to-edge display and new dual-lens camera.
Samsung's famous S Pen is also thought to be getting a refresh with a more accurate nib and the ability to vibrate as it touches the screen.
Although things are looking good for the outside of this device there could be some nice features tucked under hood as well.
Firstly, Samsung is expected to include Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835 processor and a large battery for extended usage.
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Now another leak has appeared online which claims this new device will also get a major memory boost.
Last year's Galaxy Note 7 only features 64GB of memory but it seems Samsung will launch a Note 8 with 128GB of storage.
The news, which was posted by Osen, claims to have come from a Samsung official who also revealed both 64GB and 128GB versions will have expandable storage.
However, all this power and technology will come at a price with the official also quoted as revealing the price will be over $1,000.
Speaking to Osen the Samsung official said: "I know that it is about $1,000 to $1,100 depending on the country of origin."
If true, this will make the new Note 8 one of the most expensive devices on the market.