Being the flagship line-up smartphone of Samsung’s Note series, Galaxy Note 8 has managed to become the key subject of swirling rumors and leaks. The upcoming Samsung’s Note 8 is going to debut officially on August 3. With that announcement, we have reportedly witnessed famous editor and leakster, Evan Blass to appear with some of the leaked renders of Note 8 which arrived as authentic as official. Apparently, Blass is doing everything to spoil Samsung’s surprises, thus delivering the final specs of the flagship device.
(specs: https://t.co/Q0BWXVac72) pic.twitter.com/dA0tU8WHIf
— Evan Blass (@evleaks) August 3, 2017
The new render reportedly points out the device to be placed horizontally due to which the upper bezel is positioned on the right. One can easily look at the upcoming Note 8 device sporting the dual edge curved display panel. In the post, the much-anticipated S Pen stylus to feature simpler currency conversion is likely noticeable.
Blass (@evleaks) has outlined major key specs to get rolled out with the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. While some of them are tagged with a positive impact, others remain to disappoint fans in a greater respect. With positive significance Galaxy Note 8 comes with an upgraded 6 GB of RAM. One who would own the device will be the fortunate to get hands on the extendable 6.3-inch ‘SuperAMOLED’ Infinity Display with bezels.
Of note, the Galaxy Note 8 phablet will sport a selfie shooter of 8 megapixels alongside an aperture of f/1.7. While owners will be offered with a low aperture on the optical zoom lens, refusal to offer beyond 64 GB of native storage is also prominent. There are some sources which tip the device to roll out in the US with Snapdragon 836 chipset. Nevertheless, both Exynos 8895 and Snapdragon 835 will be more powerful on paper concerning Galaxy Note 8.
The imaging perspectives of Galaxy Note 8 offers that, the device will feature 12-megapixel dual rear cameras. Alongside Samsung‘s next phablet will be powered by 3,300 mAh battery. With plausible reports, the handset might get launched on September 15, for its home country in South Korea.