The rumor mill is an integral part of every anticipation. Now that we are heading closer to August 23, it’s nowhere a secret that Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 will be something extraordinary. Ever since Galaxy Note 8 was into the world of speculation, various tech sites have teased rumors and news about the upcoming flagship smartphone. It was just a few days ago, when famous leakster, Evan Blass leaked a couple of renders that appeared to be official. With final specifications, Galaxy Note 8 has been leaked to offer an extended 6 GB of RAM under the hood.
One can take a close look on the smartphone’s impressive 6.3-inch S-AMOLED display size, supporting QHD+ resolution of 2,960 x 1,440 pixels. The US fans will be lucky enough to get their hands on the phablet powered by the latest Snapdragon 835. While on the contrary, its Exynos 8895 model is expected to lead globally. The under-the-hood specs offer a RAM of 6 GB for both chipset variants alongside a native storage of 64 GB. Tipped to house a 3300mAh battery, Galaxy Note 8 can be charged either through USB Type-C or wirelessly.
On the optic front, Samsung’s Galaxy Note 8 will feature a pair of 12-megapixel sensors. One of which will come with f/1.7 aperture wide-angle lens with dual autofocus. The other will feature f/2.4 aperture telephoto lens alongside 2x optical zoom. At the frontside, the phablet will come with a selfie shooter of 8-megapixel with an aperture lens of f/1.7 along with autofocus. The flagship phablet has been reported with its final configuration, to sport an IP68 certified body that would measure 162.5 x 7.46mm weighing about 8.5mm.
Prior to a couple of days, Galaxy Note 8 S Pen was leaked to be Bixby-compatible. Fans can have a unique choice among Galaxy Note 8‘s color variants- Maple Gold, Orchid Grey, Deep Sea Blue, and Midnight Black. While the launch event has been scheduled to occur in the New York City, the shipping would begin from next month onwards. Talking about price tags, in Europe, the phablet will cost 1,000 euros (approx. $1,185). More leaks will follow the upcoming days, and we are looking forward to it.