Published: Mon, July 17, 2017
Global Media | By Meredith Barber

Samsung 'accidentally' reveals Galaxy Note 8

Samsung 'accidentally' reveals Galaxy Note 8

Samsung may have already revealed the design of the Galaxy Note 8 ahead of schedule through a tweet promoting the Exynos 8895, but the new leak takes a closer look at the smartphone's front panel. The upcoming Galaxy Note 8 is said to have undergone several safety checks, especially with regard to the battery's size, placement and charging capabilities.

Samsung has officially confirmed that there will be no any Mini variant of the Galaxy S8 smartphone coming in the market.

Other rumored specifications on the new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 include a choice of 64GB and 128GB of storage and dual cameras on the back of the device. Mr. Mauro says peer-reviewed research reveals aesthetics matter much more than previously believed, as older surveys pegged looks as influencing only 7% of a phone purchase. While the expected release date is around a month away.

Samsung is building a powerful device to its next Galaxy S series, and this listing show us that the phone would be powered by a SDM 840 SoC i.e. Snapdragon 840 SoC.

At the top of the screen protector are small cutouts for the Note 8's receiver, front-facing camera and light sensor.

As far as the screen is concerned, it will have a slightly bigger (than S8+) 6.3-inch edge-to-edge AMOLED display, but with the same 18.5:9 aspect ratio. The dual-lens system will be placed vertically at the rear of the device and feature LED flash. The smartphone is slated to go on sale for €999 (£880), adds the website, making it almost £200 more expensive than its smaller sibling, the Galaxy S8.

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