The Galaxy Note 8 Will Be Samsung’s Biggest-Ever Flagship Smartphone, According To New Leak
A brand new leak on the Galaxy Note eight reveals that the unit is actually set to be Samsung’s biggest ever flagship smartphone, and can look quite much like the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8.
The brand new leak follows uploaded pictures of Galaxy Note eight dummy units that revealed details that are important about the upcoming smartphone.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Will Be Massive
A nine second video posted on Twitter by prolific tipster mmddj_china supposedly includes the Samsung Galaxy Note 8’s front glass panel, which seems a great deal like current flagship smartphones Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8.
If the leaked front glass panel is actually genuine, it shows that Samsung will also use the nearly bezel less Infinity Display initially seen on the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8. Additionally, it reveals that the Galaxy Note eight will be somewhat bigger compared to the Galaxy S8+, at 6.3 inches when compared with the latter’s 6.2 inches, and 0.6 inches larger compared to the predecessor of its, the intense Galaxy Note seven.
Out of all of the smartphones that Samsung released, just the Galaxy Mega smartphone introduced in 2013 is actually in a position to fit the Galaxy Note 8’s rumored size. Nevertheless, the Galaxy Mega was a niche product with mid range specifications, while the Galaxy Note eight will feature impressive components and high-end features.
Although it’s a plausible look for Samsung to work with on the Galaxy Note eight, the video on the front glass panel might prove to be fake. Previous rumors point to Samsung correcting particular problems with the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, which might make the Galaxy Note eight an even more appealing choice.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Rumors
The rumor mill is already swirling with Samsung Galaxy Note eight rumors, which includes the photographs of dummy products from last week.
The photos revealed that the upcoming smartphone will have the rumored vertically arranged dual rear digital cameras at the back, with the two LED flash situated between the cameras. Additionally, there appears to be no trace of the fingerprint scanner in the front side or perhaps in the rear of the smartphone.
The positioning of the fingerprint scanner at the rear of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8, right beside the rear facing camera, is commonly considered as a design flaw. The place was uncomfortable for subscribers to achieve, and it made the camera lens prone to smudging as owners searched for the scanner with the fingers of theirs. Samsung, nonetheless, rushed the smartphone to production.
Samsung will apparently deal with the main issues of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+ with the Galaxy Note eight, through the inclusion of two back cameras, a feature which was dropped at the very last minute for the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8+, and the positioning of the fingerprint scanner underneath the display.
The massive display of the Galaxy Note eight and its two cameras was hinted earlier this month in a Weibo post, and it looks like the newest rumors are actually coming in concert to help the earlier claim.
Samsung is actually anticipated to release the Galaxy Note eight within the season, with the aim of recovering from the exploding battery fiasco of the Galaxy Note seven.