Apr 21, 2017 01:32 AM EDT
Samsung has affirmed that the phablet line will proceed with this year as there are now so-called spilled pictures of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 circulating on the web. In a current report, some snaps of the upcoming flagship phablet appear to channel the Galaxy S8. The spilled photograph of the upcoming phablet that surfaced on Slashleaks displays a large smartphone running Bixby, Samsung's own AI assistant.
It looks identical to the currently unveiled Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus with a full-frontal screen and has no physical home button. Samsung's forthcoming Galaxy Note 8 phablet could be the best phone the company has ever manufactured when it reveal this year.
According to TheVerge, Galaxy Note 8 is said to include a 6.4-inch OLED show with QHD+ resolution controlled by a Snapdragon 835 processor depending on the area and will accompany a unique fingerprint on the back. Strikingly, as per reports, the "Note 8's dual camera is said to be far superior to that of Apple's iPhone 7 Plus, and likely will match that of OLED iPhone,"
As detailed, an analyst claim that the camera will be the Galaxy Note 8's most powerful update, aside from the Infinity Display design, as per BI. The camera will convey 3x optical zoom, 12MP wide-angle CIS (correction image space), dual photodiode (2PD) support, 13MP fax CIS, double 6P lenses and dual OIS optical image stabilization. The Galaxy Note 8 will more inclined to feature USB-C rather than MicroUSB.
Samsung is known for conforming to a tight schedule while introducing the flagship phones, which early reports assert that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 might land in the last quarter of 2017. Concerning the value, last year Galaxy Note 7 accompanied a beginning cost of $850 and the cost of Galaxy S8 Plus is at $825, so expect the sticker price of Galaxy Note 8 to play with that cost.
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