Samsung seems to be not giving up on its Note series even after the biggest smartphone blunder of last year’s Samsung Galaxy Note 7. The South Korean company is about to release its Samsung Galaxy Note 8 smartphone in August this year which will feature an ‘Infinity Display’ similar to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ smartphones.
Citing the sources, a report- based in Korean Herald has revealed the anticipated release details of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The upcoming mobile will flaunt an aspect ratio of 18:5:9. It will also offer a dual-rear camera module, the report claimed.
The report in the Korean Media quoted the industry sources and says Samsung will launch its Galaxy Note 8 device in August, just ahead of the launch event of the Apple iPhone 8 which is scheduled to take place in September.
The report also added that the device will feature the ‘Infinity Display’ and it will have a dual camera setup on the rear panel among which one could offer a 12MP wide-angle lens and the other will be a 13MP telephoto lens.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Specifications
The report also mentioned a Weibo video leak which revealed a 6.3-inch display for the Galaxy Note 8. As per the report, Samsung will reduce the bezels on the edges of the Galaxy Note 8’s display to portrait a larger display.
This is probably not the only report discussing the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The leaked poster renders of the device were recently spotted on Twitter which expressed similar looks and design like the Galaxy S8. A Twitter user named as PoyocoTech has posted a tweet saying the Bixby button on the Galaxy Note 8 will have a texture; however, there will be no major changes in the S Pen design.
The launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will surely be crucial for the company to erase the horror of the Note 7 fiasco. The Galaxy Note 8 said to be a more important project for the company so than the Galaxy S8 and S8+. The Samsung Galaxy 7 would have been the leading contender for the company in the flagship Android smartphone segment. With the Galaxy Note 8, the company will try to revive the brand.
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