Samsung Galaxy Note 8 appears on FCC ahead of August 23 launch

Samsung has already sent out the press invites for the Unpacked event on August 23 in New York, where the tech giant is expected to unveil none other than the Galaxy Note 8. As the event date coming closer, lots of leaks are popping up regarding upcoming phablet. In latest, the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been spotted at the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC).

The device listed on the FCC website is having the model number SM-N950F. This model number is speculated to be the upcoming Galaxy Note 8, because the Galaxy Note 7, Note 5, Note 4 and Note 3 respectively came with model numbers like SM-N930, SM-N920, SM-N910, and SM-900.

The U.S. variant of the already launched Galaxy S8 was SM-G950U and the U.S. model of the Galaxy S8+ is SM-G955U. That is why the SM-N950U that has appeared on FCC is said to be the U.S. edition of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8.

The reports are also pointing that Galaxy Note 8 will be available in at least four editions. However, all things will become clearer when the phablet will launch during the Unpacked event on August 23.


Harsh Soni
Harsh Soni
Hardcore Technology enthusiast. Journalist studied from Indian Institute of Journalism and New Media, Bangalore. I Write on upcoming smartphones, leaks, graphics cards, Android/ iOS, Apps, Tablets/ Laptops.

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