Galaxy Note 8 Will Land In South Korea On Sep. 15: New Report Suggested By partha das | Aug 04, 2017 08:02 AM EDT A recent report suggests that Samsung will release the new Galaxy Note 8 on Sep. 15. Last year Samsung released the Note 7 though it was a debacle. The Korean tech giant Samsung will release the new flagship handset Galaxy Note 8 in South Korea in September. According to ETNews, reports have also surfaced about the release of the LG Electronics' new handset V30 on the same day, that is Sep. 15. Now the tech industry is eagerly waiting to see whether the two tech companies will release their handsets on the same day or not. Reports say Before the handset's release on Sep. 15, Samsung has a plan to uncover the Galaxy Note 8 on Aug. 23 in New York. A representative of one unnamed mobile network provider has stated the sale of Samsung's new flagship handset, though the price has not yet confirmed. On the other hand, another representative of a different unnamed mobile network provider has said about the company's decision to release the Note 8. Watch video The representative has even assured that the date is almost confirmed, and there is very little chance of change. Last year Samsung released the Galaxy Note 7 one month earlier on Aug. 19. Late release of the Galaxy Note 8 by one month may be a strategy by the company to induce more interests from the consumers. So far no news of the new handset's pre-order dates is available. But it is expected that Samsung will provide 10 to 14 days as the pre-order period to the customers. During this pre-order period, customers must have sufficient opportunities to experience the new Galaxy Note 8 and to make a decision regarding its purchase. Experts assume that the sale of the latest Galaxy Note 8 must be huge compared to all the previous Galaxy Note handsets. According to BGR, Samsung's new handset will feature a 6.3-inch display with a resolution of 2960 pixels by 1440 pixels. It must be a larger super AMOLED display. The important fact is the new Galaxy Note 8 will support two chips, Snapdragon 835, and Exynos 8895. This new Samsung phablet must contain 6GB of RAM and an option for the microSD card slot. With a battery of 3,300mAh, the device should support fast charging.