Key features of Samsung's much-awaited Galaxy On8, which is rumoured to make its debut next week, have surfaced online.
Samsung's official e-commerce affiliate Flipkart has released a promotional poster revealing that the Galaxy On8 will boast super AMOLED full HD screen with 1920x1080p resolution and come with 3GB RAM and a huge battery.
The Galaxy On8 is expected to get unveiled on second day of the Flipkart's much publicised BBD 2016 (Big Billion Days) shopping festival on October 3, as the e-retailer will hold special mobile and accessories sale on that day.
For the uninitiated, Flipkart BBD 2016 starts from October 2 and runs through to October 6.
As of now, there is no word on other features of the Galaxy On8, but considering its predecessor the Galaxy On7, it will most certainly be a mid-range phone, but with more upgraded hardware.
In a related development, Samsung is scheduled to launch the Galaxy Note7 next month. The flagship phablet was scheduled to hit stores on September 2, but due to the reports of battery exploding issue, it was deferred indefinitely.
Now, it has come to light that the South Korean company will release the Galaxy Note 7 on October 7 and has set aside huge cash to splurge on marketing, as the date coincides with rival Apple iPhone 7's India debut.