A lot of rumors have been floating around the web regarding the make of Samsung Galaxy Note 8, ever since it was conceptualized by the South Korean electronics company, earlier this year.
This September release new Samsung model is said to sport higher grade features as compared to the previously exploded version of Galaxy Note 7.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8, which has gird up the loins to pitch itself against Apple’s upcoming iPhone 8, also having striking specifications, is reported to house a 3300 mAh battery, 6 GB RAM, and internal storage memory of 64/128 GB, extendable up to 256 GB with a micro SD card.
The most recent leak related with the description of the Galaxy Note 8 were described in the Facebook page of a reliable Vietnamese leaker, Tung Ha, which claimed that this novel Samsung phablet is expected to exhibit dual camera set up at the rear end, along with a fingerprint sensor adjacent to it.
The supposedly 6.3” Infinity Display, has also noted a shape change of 18:5:9 aspect ratio, similar to the Galaxy S8 and S8+.
The Galaxy Note 8 processor is assumed to be a Qualcomm’s Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 SoC.
Samsung’s first device to display a dual camera set, each of the Galaxy Note 8 camera lenses have been built with the Optical Image Stabilisation (OIS) in a horizontal orientation with 12 MP sensors.
The fingerprint sensor, also present at the back end, has been moved a little further from the two cameras, so as to avoid smudging of the lenses when unlocking the device.
The Chinese site, Weibo, also showcased the Note 8 cases, clearly representing the above features in images, along with a 3.5 mm headphone jack port.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8, with super AMOLED display, would perhaps be Samsung’s most expensive phone till date, likely to soar high at $ 1000 at its home country and $ 1100 in other markets.