After the debacle of Galaxy Note 7 many tech pundits felt that Samsung, the South Korean tech giant would drop the Note series and move on but proving all those speculation wrong the company is gearing to launch the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 sometime later this year.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may still be far away from its official launch, but that doesn’t means the leakster’s are giving it deaf ears. according to a fresh leaks from a Weibo user who goes by the name of Ice Universe, cites Korean Media claimed the configuration of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to feature 6.3-inch Super AMOLED Display with 2K display, 18.5:9 aspect ration and will be powered by in-house Exynos 8895 SoC or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 SoC depending the region.
Here are the detailed leaked specifications :
- Display – 6.3-Inch Super AMOLED Display | 2K Resolution | 18.5:9 Aspect Ratio
- Processor – Exynos 8895 processor / Snapdragon 835
- RAM – 6GB of RAM
- Camera – 12-megapixel Dual Camera | Optical Image Stabilization
- Battery – 3300 mAh Battery
- Other Features – S Pen | DeX support
- Colours – Black, Blue & Gold
As per a separate report from a Korean website named as Osen, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be available in two variants differ by the storage and will be packed with 64GB and 128GB storage options and will also support storage expansion up-to 256GB via MicroSD Card support. the report also suggest that a Samsung Mobile official quoted the device will be priced at $1000 to $1100 depending on the region.
Previous leaks suggested that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will sport the same design language of the recently launched Samsung Galaxy S8 and S8+ with some minor cosmetic changes, with the Dual Rear Camera setup placed horizontally, Finger print scanner at the back and Gorilla Glass protection on the front and back.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to launch later this year between August and September.
Share your thoughts about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 in the comments section below.
Source : Indian Express
If you like our report please share your support by subscribing to our community on Facebook, Twitter, Telegram or Flipboard. you can also join our support group Smartphone Assistant for any queries related to your devices