Samsung warms up the mobile world as it looks to unveil its most advanced mobile flagship yet, the Galaxy Note 8.
After the Note 7 fiasco last year, this is an important year for Samsung. The South Korean company is determined to regain its lost glory due to the malfunctioning battery which had various Note 7 devices explode around the world forcing the manufacturer to stop its production altogether.
In 2017, Samsung is trying its hardest to come back into the game, first with the recently launched Galaxy S8/S8+ smartphones with the new infinity display, and now the imminent Galaxy Note 8. Even though the official reveal is still quite some time away, we have come across the best leaked image of the device so far revealing some interesting features.
The image reveals a dual rear camera which would be the first on any Samsung mobile phone. Below it, we can also see the flash. However, there’s no information about the specification of the camera but we expect it to significantly improve over the S8’s camera which is currently one of the best. It should also majorly improve the bokeh effect.
Secondly, the front is similar to the S8 duo in the sense that there’s no Home button to be seen and the screen occupies the most of the space. The Note 8 is also speculated to be the first Samsung mobile phone with the fingerprint sensor integrated in the screen itself. Currently, the upcoming Apple iPhone 8 is rumored to display this feature.
The screen size is said to be at 6.3 inches with 2K resolution and powered by the Snapdragon 835 and Exynox 8895 processors depending on the market. The battery will also possibly see an upgrade to 4,000mAh over the Note 7’s 3,500mAh.
The leaded images have definitely raised expectations about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note. The Note 8 is expected to be revealed at the IFA 2017 in September.
News and image source: mobile.163.com