Jun 27, 2017 02:47 PM EDT
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will boast a horizontal dual camera setup on the rear side, according to a new leak. However, there is also one potential bad news that the fingerprint sensor in the upcoming phablet could be placed alongside the camera module and not below it.
It reveals that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be coming packed with dual rear cameras at the rear and will sit at the top center of the device. The device can possibly be the first dual camera phone by the Samsung, as reported by The Android Soul
In the meantime, Ming-Chi Kuo, an analyst at KGI Securities has unveiled that Galaxy Note 8 will boast a 12-megapixel wide-angle CIS (CMOS image sensors) that will be coupled with a dual photodiode and enable users to capture better low-light shots. The device is reported to boast the secondary camera of a 13-megapixel telephoto CIS with dual 6P technology and 3X zoom, as reported by India Today.
To recall, this leak related to Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is against all the other leaks that have been seen so far. According to several reports, Samsung has tried and failed to embed a fingerprint sensor in the display of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy Note 8. Vivo and Apple are also rumored to be leading the race to bring this feature to market.
Rumors and leaks about the Samsun Galaxy Note 8 have been surfacing online for quite some time now. One of which confirms that the upcoming device will be much bigger in size when compared to the Note 7. A newly leaked image posted on Weibo reveals that the Note 8 will come with a 6.3-inch display screen.
Moreover, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is also rumored to be available in two variants, one with Qualcomm's latest Snapdragon 835, while the other variant is said to come with Exynos 9810 processor. However, another report suggests that the Galaxy Note 8 will be backed by a 3200mAh battery set-up.
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