Jun 08, 2017 10:22 AM EDT
A leaked image claimed Blue Coral color edition of the most anticipated Samsung's Galaxy Note 8. The image shows the back view of the device.
Last year tech giant Samsung launched Galaxy Note 7, though the device experienced some issues. This year reports are surfacing about the probable upcoming Galaxy Note 8. The latest leaked image reveals the back view of the Galaxy Note 8 that features Blue Coral color.
A similarity is visible between the blue color of the Galaxy Note 7 and the recently leaked image of Galaxy Note 8, Android Headlines reported. The image also features the slightly similar round shape corners like Samsung's flagship handsets, Galaxy S8 and the Galaxy S8 Plus. The only difference is the Galaxy smartphones have the fingerprint sensor on the back, whereas the leaked image depicted no such sensor.
That means Samsung may move the fingerprint sensor to the front of the Galaxy Note 8. Apart from this, the image shows the dual-lens camera on the back with the vertical set of sensors. The LED flash is also present below the camera. The design of the Galaxy S8 is no doubt interesting, but the leaked design of the Galaxy Note 8 also has its own look.
The interesting fact is the Blue Coral color became popular after the release of the Galaxy Note 7 last year. Later Samsung also released the Galaxy S7 Edge with the same color option. According to The Korea Herald, some rumors are indicating that Samsung is planning to release the Galaxy Note 8 in late August.
That means the tech giant is preparing to launch the upcoming device before the debut of the iPhone 8 in September. The Korea Herald also states that Galaxy Note 8 may have the Infinity Display. Currently, the Samsung's S8 model has this display. Assumptions are also surfacing that the Galaxy Note 8 may have the 6.3-inch panel that must include bezel-less display like the Galaxy S8 models.
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