Alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s Images Reveals Front Protective Glass Panel

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is seen to make headlines each passing day with its ongoing leaked images and videos floating over the web.  While the South Korean company is all hush-hush about the rumors, Chinese leakster has recently took to Twitter and Weibo revealing the Front Protective Glass Panel images of the Galaxy Note 8.

Alleged Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s Images Reveals Front Protective Glass PanelThe Galaxy Note 8 is believed to make a mark above the Samsung forerunners launched in early 2017, Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

According to the latest leak, the front protective glass panel of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 exhibits a very slim design with the thinnest bezels as compared to that observed in the Galaxy S8 device.  However, the top and bottom bezels are a little broad as compared to the left and right ones to give it a proper finishing touch.  The top bezel has openings that might be meant for head phone port, camera, iris scanner, and other sensors.

The above video from SlashLeaks, displays the fine bezels that would possibly be how the front panel of the Note 8 would look like, with an Infinity Display, presenting it with a much taller and thinner form.

The images also reveal that the display screen would be around 6.3” with an aspect ratio of 19:5:9, similar to the previous S8 version, so that it could be easily held in one hand.

The buzz circulating around also mentions the iris scanner to be built-in on the display screen, but there is no confirmation as to the news as such.

The Galaxy Note 8 is expected to arrive after the IFA 2017, and would doubtlessly make a much bigger entry than its predecessor.

It is fancied that the debut of Galaxy Note 8 will shower much commendable opening, which might the wipe the floor off Apple’s iPhone that is set for early September release.

The Galaxy Note 8 is reported to offer dual camera set at the rear end of the device, along with a front selfie shooter.  The forthcoming gadget is much likely to flaunt a virtual-reality and augmented-reality feature, making it at par with the other phablets.

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