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Samsung Galaxy Note 8 LEAKS, News, Update: Design Sketch & Specs Leaks Shows 6GB RAM, SD-835 & More

Mar 23, 2017 09:41 AM EDT

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The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 design sketch has just surfaced. The Galaxy Note 8 is not scheduled to arrive for at least a couple more months from, as the Galaxy S8 launch is right around the corner.

Samsung Galaxy S8 will be announced next Wednesday, and you can expect to see the Galaxy Note 8 in August or September. That being said, it may be a little early for the Galaxy Note 8 design sketch.

According to the source who leaked the images of design sketch, the Galaxy Note 8 will feature a 6.4-inch QHD+ or 4K Super AMOLED display. Upcoming phablet will be powered by the Snapdragon 835 SoC, and another variant will ship with Samsung's Exynos '9XXX' chip. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will rock in 6GB RAM and expandable storage which can stretch up to 256GB.

According to leaked image, the Galaxy Note 8 looks featuring really thin bezels. Its side bezels are essentially non-existent, while its upper and lower bezels are extremely thin. While looking at the sides of the device, you will notice quite a few physical keys. The power/lock key placed on the right-hand side, and interestingly enough, yet another such key is available on that side, and it looks to be a dedicated camera button. On the left side, there is volume up, volume down and 'Bixby' buttons.

A Type-C USB port is also embedded on the bottom, along with a 3.5mm headphone jack, and a speaker grill.  The Galaxy Note 8 will sport a speaker grill on the top as well. And based on images it might also ship with an IR blaster, or something of that kind, as per The Android Soul.

However, the leak doesn't speak anything about the software, but it is believed that the Galaxy Note 8 will be running on Android 7.1.2 Nougat with TouchWiz. The battery on board will be 3,600 mAh, with fast charging feature. 

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