Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is certainly one of the biggest names at this moment as far as the field of technology is concerned. And there is an abundance of news regarding the upcoming flagship device from Samsung. The latest one which has come out speaks of the fact that the smartphone has been lately spotted on yet another web application.
After all the different benchmarking websites, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has now been spotted on HTML5test Database. HTML5test is one of the web applications which evaluate the accuracy of the device in the act of implementing HTML5, WebGL and Web SQL Database. And for a handset to be spotted on htnl5test.com denotes that the web browser of the device has been put to test.
And Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has evidently gone through the test. At least the phablet’s model number clarifies that. The model number which has been noticed reads SM-950F. The earlier phablets from Samsung have come with the model numbers SM-950x. The ‘x’ denotes the carrier or anything like that in that figure. Hence, it can be stated that SM-950F is going to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Now talking about the results of the test through which the upcoming flagship device from Samsung has gone through, it can be remarked that it is pretty impressive. Of the possible 555 points, Note 8 has managed to score 488. Other than this, the listing of the handset has revealed that it will hit the market with the Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system right out of the box.
However, there are lots of rumors going on the market. The most recent one which has come out states that the device will have the fingerprint scanner located on the back of the device instead of the earlier speculations stating that it will be placed in the front. Besides that, there are rumors regarding the release date of the device as well. And of late, it has been predicted that it will be in the latter half of the month of August that Samsung will bring to light its latest flagship phablet.