Samsung has confirmed a launch event for Aug. 23, where the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to be unveiled. A new report indicates the device may become available for preorder soon after it is announced. Romanian tech blog, Ausdroid shared documents, which originally came from a Samsung webpage and detail the logistics of a Galaxy Note 8 promotion to be hosted in Australia.

The promotion will begin Aug. 25 and end Oct. 31, according to the leaked document. Because of this pundits believe the Galaxy Note 8 will be available for preorder starting Aug. 25. There have been no distinct rumors on when the device may release to market; however, rumors suggest it will be available to consumers between September and October.

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Samsung already has a history of opening pre-orders for premium Galaxy models soon after they are announced. The Galaxy Note 7 was available for preorder Aug. 3, 2016, after being unveiled the day prior. The device didn’t officially release until Aug. 19, 2016. Before that, the Galaxy Note 5 was available for preorder just hours after its unveiling on Aug. 13, 2015 and later released Aug. 21, 2015.

It is possible the Galaxy Note 8 may not hit stores for close to one month after being unveiled. The Galaxy S8 was announced March 29 and was made available for preorder the same day by many carriers and retailers. However, the device didn’t launch to market until April 21. This strategy was similar to the launch of the Galaxy S4 in 2013. The smartphone was unveiled in Mid-March and released in late-April, likely to maximize the marketing period for what remains one of Samsung’s most popular premium devices.

The Galaxy Note 8 is Samsung’s first Note model to release after the Galaxy Note 7 debacle. The manufacturer is likely doing everything in its power to ensure its release goes smoothly. After releasing the results of an internal investigation on the Galaxy Note 7 in January, Samsung determined the device’s batteries were faulty, leading to several cases of spontaneous combustion. The Galaxy Note 7 was discontinued in October 2016 but Samsung has since released refurbished models of the device under the name Galaxy Note 7 Fan Edition.

Samsung has implemented an eight-point safety check system, under which all of its devices from the Galaxy S8 on will be subject to before release. It is likely the Galaxy Note 8 could be released to market several weeks after being unveiled and made available for preorder for this reason.

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Also listed in the leaked document are several Australian carriers and retailers that may offer the Galaxy Note 8. These include Samsung brick and mortar and online stores, carriers Telstra, Optus, Vodafone, Virgin Mobile and retailers JB Hi-Fi, Harvey Norman, Woolworths, The Good Guys, Bing Lee, Costco and among others.

The U.S., Korea, China and Europe are expected to be among the first markets to release the Galaxy Note 8 in September, while smaller markets may receive the device in October.