The latest leak about the Galaxy Note 8 comes in the form of its render that shows the upcoming phone from the front. A number of details about the Note 8 have already been leaked that give us an idea how the phone will turn out to be. For now, we can have a look at the render and check out what all details it confirms.
At a glance, you will find the phone to be very similar to the current Samsung flagship Galaxy S8+. The only difference I can see is that the Galaxy Note 8 has a bit less rounded corners when compared to the Galaxy S8+. You will notice the detail when the images of both the phones are put side by side.
It is clearly visible from the render that the screen is indeed the Infinity Display that the Galaxy S8+ have been sporting since earlier this year. However, the display on the Note 8 would be a bit larger than the Galaxy S8+ at 6.3 inches of the former and 6.2-inches of the latter.
The buttons on the side of the phone are also more prominent than the Galaxy S8+ and will hopefully provide a more tactile feedback. The lock key is on the right, while the volume controllers and the new Bixby button sit on the left. The arrangement of the front camera, iris scanner, earpiece, and other sensors remains to be the same on Galaxy Note 8 too.
Despite the fact that the renders of the back haven’t leaked just yet, we have a fair amount of information to figure out how the device would be. Some of the recent reports have revealed that the Note 8 will feature a horizontally placed dual-camera setup with the fingerprint scanner on the side.
Samsung was much criticized for the placement of fingerprint scanner on the Galaxy S8+. It turns out that another generation of Samsung smartphone will be marred with the design flaw. Leaving that aside, the Galaxy Note 8 would be a pretty fantastic device with top of the line specifications.
The phone is expected to be launched sometime in August this year and is also said to come with a higher price tag this time. There is still a couple of months left for us to get confirmation on any of these details.
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