Samsung Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Emperor Edition Might Feature 8 GB of RAM By Abhilash Thakur Posted on July 26, 2017 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Expect a special edition of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 unveiling alongside the standard upcoming smartphone. If the recent reports are to be believed, the new edition is dubbed Galaxy Note 8 Emperor Edition. And much to the expectations of readers, some of the key specs of the special flagship edition have been leaked. Galaxy Note 8 Emperor Edition Specs Leaked [Image Source] As per the reported information, Galaxy Note 8 Emperor Edition is going to come with 8 GB of RAM alongside 256 GB of native storage under the hood. Currently, the South Korean tech giant is developing another, more modest variant, that will feature 6 GB of RAM and an internal storage of 64 GB packed up with the handset. The leakster also stated that the upcoming Note 8 Emperor Edition will debut in China, whereas Samsung’s home country will get to receive both the versions of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. However, Galaxy S8 Plus Emperor Edition was initially manufactured for both South Korea as well as China. Eventually, the smartphone was first released in Japan. Samsung might follow the very aforementioned release pattern for Galaxy Note 8 Emperor Edition as well. It has been a couple of months now, ever since the rumor of the Emperor Edition started swirling around. We speculate the South Korean company to be more focused in revealing their flagship smartphones over some years. Recently, Galaxy Note 8 S Pen was leaked to come with some nifty new features. Apart from S Pen, the Note 8’s earset is also anticipated to be compatible with Bixby support. The headphones may be bundled up by the tech conglomerate alongside its flagship device, Galaxy Note 8. With the better optical technology, Samsung’s Note 8 will sport two 13 MP lenses on the rear panel. And the selfie shooter will oblige fans with an excellent 13 MP front unit. Display wise, the smartphone is going to come in with 6.3-inches screen size. The beast might get unveiled in August. Until then, fans are hoping not to experience a similar massacre like that of Note 7.