Samsung Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Gets Past FCC; Further Ensures Launch of the Device By Argha Ghosh Posted on July 31, 2017 Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ Share on Reddit Share on Pinterest Share on Linkedin Share on Tumblr Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is one of the most discussed devices which we can notice in the recent past. And if we go by the latest news and updates we can start expecting the launch of this next-generation flagship from Samsung. This is because the new phablet from Samsung has passed the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) lately. FCC as we all know is one of the prime certifying institutes in the USA. And once an electronic device gets certified by FCC, the chances of the device getting launched get even higher. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been spotted on FCC It is also known to most of the people across the world, who have kept a close eye on the developments in the field of technology that the FCC certification of a particular device does not reveal too many things about the device. And the same has happened in this case as well. And hence, we are yet to get an official update of how the smartphone is going to shape up as far as the specs and features of the phablet are concerned. Regarding the release date of the smartphone, there were quite a few speculations going on around in the market. But it became confirmed a few days back that it is going to be on August 23 that the phablet is going to be launched. So the FCC certification further confirms the launch of the upcoming device from Samsung. Regarding the specs and features of the upcoming phablet from Samsung, it should be mentioned that things are looking really bright for the consumers. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is going to be powered by the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset under the hood coupled with 6 GB RAM. The Emperor edition which is also in the news recently will perhaps come with 8 GB RAM. So we need to wait a bit longer in order to come across all the details regarding the features of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. And for that, you have to keep coming back to this thread.