Samsung's Galaxy Note range is known for being Samsung's biggest in terms of size, but it seems the latest model's price tag could be equally huge.
According to one report, the handset will sell for more than €999. That could mean us Brits end up paying over £1,000 for the phone, making it Samsung's most expensive handset yet.
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Samsung is currently informing retail partners of the price, according to reliable tipster Evan Blass, who says his source is "an individual briefed on the company's plans".
Blass has a long and very accurate track record with regards to these kinds of leaks, but still, it's worth taking all pre-release information with a pinch of salt.
So what will your £1,000 get you? The Note 8 is set to boast a 6.3-inch Infinity Display, along with a Samsung-made Exynos 8895 chipset and a colossal 6GB of RAM.
We're also expecting a dual-lens rear camera and an S Pen stylus for doodling on the screen.
Samsung has a lot to do with the Note 8. The Note 7 kept catching fire, causing the firm to issue a recall.
However, that didn't seem to harm the company financially. The recent Galaxy S8 was widely viewed as a return to form for the firm.
Still, all eyes will be on Samsung in late summer, when the Note 8 is expected to launch.
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