When Samsung sent out invites for an event the last time, they said that they wanted us to “Unbox our phone” and “Witness the infinity”; and while they unveiled a brand new smartphone in the Galaxy Series at London, we were stunned with the device that we received- Samsung Galaxy S8. And now Samsung has started to send out invites for another event, to be held in New York City on August 23.

The invite features a bezel-less outline of a smartphone, much like the graphic in the S8 invite, with the words “Do Bigger Things”. Yes, you got it right. After confirming that Note 8 would get revealed in August and subsequently go on sale in September, Samsung has started sending out invites for it’s next “Unpacked” event. Even though the invite does not shout about Galaxy Note 8 clearly, but everyone is assuming it to be for Samsung’s next addition to the Note series as it features the characteristic S-Pen in a blue silhouette.

After the unexpected good-gone-bad Note 7, Samsung would have planned well in advance to get things right for it’s next successor in the Note series. As is evident from the “Do bigger things” graphic, it is possible that the new device might feature a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display along with S8’s Infinity Display. Depending on the region, it might get shipped with Snapdragon 835 SoC or Exynos 8895 SoC. It might also be the first device by Samsung to sport dual-camera shooters; along with an upgraded S-Pen.

While we still have another month left to watch the event unfold on Samsung’s official website, we can expect a lot of other details to hit the web in the meantime.

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Apoorv Agarwal
He talks about technology in a non-geeky fashion such that a layman can understand. There are a lot of things which amuse him; and when he gets tired after messing around with his head, he digs his eyes into blogs and books, or just pedal around.
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