Those interested in the Galaxy Note 8 smartphone should pay special attention to the prospective specs of its RAM capacity and camera as they may be the highlight features on the upcoming flagship. Tech informant, Evan Blass shared Wednesday, what may be the finalized details for the Galaxy Note 8, before it is announced Aug. 23.

Some rumored features for the smartphone have been fairly concrete, while others have varied for several weeks and months. If the latest reports are accurate, the Galaxy Note 8 may feature a dual-lens camera setup and 6GB of RAM among its main features. Other features may include a 6.3-inch dual-edge curved display, a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 chip depending on the marker, a 3,300mAh battery, and a USB-C port. Rumored color options include Midnight Black and Maple Gold, Orchid Grey and Deep Sea Blue.

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The Galaxy Note 8 dual-camera may include a 12-megapixel wide-angle lens with f/1.7 aperture and a 12-megapixel telephoto lens with f/2.4 aperture and 2x optical zoom. The device’s front camera may include an 8-megapixel lens with f/1.7 aperture. This feature may be introduced on the Galaxy Note 8 after it was originally intended for the Galaxy S8. Old rumors suggested Samsung scrapped the dual camera for the Galaxy S8 to move its fingerprint scanner to the rear of the device. However, several leaks suggest the Galaxy Note 8 may include the dual camera and a rear-facing fingerprint scanner.

Galaxy Note handsets including the Note 5 and Note 7 have featured 4GB of RAM, so now could be the perfect time for Samsung to boost the memory capacity for its premium phablet. This upgrade could also come right in time as the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ are now compatible with Google’s Daydream protocol. It is likely the Galaxy Note 8 will be able to run Daydream out of the box. There has been a considerable amount of buzz around VR and AR in 2017. Consumers can likely expect further spec upgrades from smartphone manufacturers, including Samsung to ensure compatibility with accompanying VR and AR software.

Samsung has tested the 6GB RAM capacity with devices such as the Galaxy C9 Pro and a version of the Galaxy S8+ featuring 6GB of RAM and 128GB of internal storage, which released in exclusively in Korea. The prior launches bodes well for a 6GB RAM capacity on the Galaxy Note 8. However, the device’s base model may feature 64GB of internal storage, according to Blass.

Rumors have suggested Samsung may release a Galaxy Note 8 model with as much as 8GB of RAM and 256GB of internal storage, but that version is unlikely for the U.S. market.

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Recent reports also indicate the Galaxy Note 8 may release to market Sept. 15 in Korea, which could mean the device may also launch in the U.S. on that date. The U.S., Korea, China and Europe is expected to be among the first markets to release the Galaxy Note 8 in September, while smaller markets may receive the device in October.

While Samsung has been in a race to beat Apple’s iPhone to market for several years, it is likely the manufacturer has rethought its strategy. The Galaxy Note 8 may possibly still hit stores before the rumored iPhone 7s/iPhone 8, but Samsung is cutting it close, considering mid-September is traditionally Apple’s time to showcase its new hardware. In 2016, the iPhone 7 release Sept. 16 after being announced Sept. 7. At this point, with no market release dates confirmed for either the Galaxy Note 8 or the upcoming iPhone, it is hard to tell how the two decides will affect each other.

Rumors also suggest the Galaxy Note 8 may be available for preorder starting Aug. 25.