Samsung is rolling out updates for Bixby apps across the world

There are rumours that Samsung will activate the Bixby Voice service on a global scale on August 22, a day before the Galaxy Note 8 is slated for launch.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will sport dual rear cameras (12MP+12MP) with optical image stabilisation (OIS).

Samsung Galaxy Note8 is slated to make its official debut on August 23 in the NY city. Samsung placed the codes a long time ago, and now the Bixby is going live with some of the promised features and functionalities.

Before the official announcement of the Galaxy Note 8 less than a week, but curious users want to know everything in advance, and then come to the aid of insiders.

Blass has claimed during the Note 8 pre-orders that is expected to begin on August 24, Samsung may be providing a giving away a 256 GB microSD card for free along with a convertible wireless charger or a 360 cam. It will come with support for S Pen and DeX as well. We saw the stylus pen last in 2015 with the launch of Galaxy Note 5. The edge-to-edge display is known as an infinity display. All the three variants of the device are believed to feature 6GB RAM and an octa-core Exynos 8895 SoC.

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Leaked images recently posted on Chinese social media site Weibo claim to show how the Note 8 will look like. Also, the iPhone 8 is expected to be an unbelievable phablet as well. The listings further indicate there will be 64GB of internal storage.

Right off the bat, an especially clear photo of the Galaxy Note 8 has been spilled as we are nearing the roll out of the smartphone.

Samsung has scheduled the Unpacked event for August 23 in NY, so only three days to go before we see the real Samsung Note 8.

The S8 has been the world's top-selling Android smartphone in the first six months of 2017.

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