Samsung has once again hinted at what the Galaxy Note 8 smartphone has in store for us, with the launch of a new teaser trailer ahead of the phone's grand unveiling at the Samsung Unpacked event on 23rd August.
Featuring a series of words centred around the company's ‘Do Bigger Things’ campaign, the clip shows an illustration of the Note range's S Pen stylus and the outline of a handset that looks much like the one that has starred in a series of leaks on tech sites.
Samsung has done little to quell chatter about the Galaxy Note 8 in recent weeks, with rumours suggesting it will make room for a huge 6.3–inch screen with the same Infinity Display technology as the Galaxy S8.
It's also purported to feature a vertical dual lens camera and the latest edition of Google's Android operating system.
Reports this week claimed Samsung could make the Galaxy Note 8 available to buy on the day after the launch event in New York.
In previous years, the Korean has waited a number of weeks between launch and release of its flagship products.
But with Apple set to launch the iPhone 8 in early September, it may choose to strike early.
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