Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s Korean Variant Passes Through FCC

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 being the top-of-the-line specifications smartphone has always been in the rumors. Adding more to the bulletin, the Korean version of the device which was spotted with the model number SM-N950KOR has now got FCC certification. The phone appeared under the ID code A3LSMN950KOR on FCC.

The only difference between the device might be the cosmetic one, in which the Korean variant will use a virtual FCC ID built into the device’s software, whereas the other models will have the FCC ID label on the bottom of the phone. The Korean variant will be powered by the Exynos 8995 chipset with 6GB of RAM. There might be a slight difference in the frequency bands of the devices also.

Revisiting the details about the upcoming Note 8, the phone might be coming 2960×1440 resolution, or 18.5:9 aspect ratio with the dimensions 162.5 x 74.6 x 8.5 mm with no bezel design. If we dig a bit more for the software part, we will find same Exynos 8895 SoC which was inside all the S8 devices will come for the global market whereas, the  Octa-core Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor will be there for the US market. The device will be paired with 6GB of RAM with 64GB of expandable storage.

With these top-notched specs, the phone will be priced at €999 (or approx Rs 75,749) and much rumored to be announced officially on August 23 in New York City. Now as the launch date is approaching, the excitement is also gearing up. As per a report, the sales will start much later after the launch, most likely on 15 September.

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