Rumour says that the tech juggernaut Samsung is set to release one of the most anticipated smartphones(or you may say phablet), Samsung Note 8 very soon. Samsung is expected to release Note 7 by the end of August or by early September.
The phone is set to have a dual camera, which was missing (was not featured) in the current flagship, Samsung Galaxy S8. This will make Samsung Galaxy Note 8 the first Smartphone from this company to have a dual camera if released before the C10 Pro. Several sources also revealed that the dual camera would have the power to snap both 12MP wide-angle and 13MP telephoto shots. The most notable improvement in Note 8 will be the 3x Optical Zoom with 4-axis optical image stabilization on both lenses.
What we may find similar between Galaxy S8 and Note 8 is an 18:5:9 aspect ratio. The 6.3-inch display phablet might not have a screen-based fingerprint sensor. This might be a dealbreaker as this technology was introduced by LG and Apple long ago. As of now, there is no concrete information available about the fingerprint sensor availability and its location on the phone in Note 8. But on the other hand, the good news is that the Note 8 might be the first ever phone to be powered by the latest Snapdragon 836. Fresh rumours were revealed, minutes before this article was being readied, that Snapdragon 836 will be an upgraded version of the Snapdragon 835 chipset.
We may expect Note 8 to have a 4K display with curves on the side edges. The Samsung S8 and Samsung Note 7 had curves equally on the front and back, not only made it look stylish, but also made it symmetrical when one holds it. Samsung might implement the same concept in Note 8 too. This phone is expected to be available for AED 2199.
Apart from its generic features, the S-pen might get some more cool features. Sources say that it might feature speakers and audio recorder too. Does it mean that the speakers of the Galaxy Note 7 will be embedded in the stylus? We can’t wait to find out!
As the days goes by, we will get to hear more rumors and speculations from the tech world. We will surely keep you updated; for now, hold your horses!