Jun 28, 2017 07:02 AM EDT
There are leaks about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 which are getting intensified. However, latest leaked renders show new design and camera rumors.
According to the latest leak which has emerged on Chinese microblogging site Weibo that again cites the Korean media as the source, Samsung will retain the unusual 18: 5: 9 aspect ratio in the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8. Previously, this aspect ratio was introduced by Samsung with flagship phones Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. The leaked image also reveals the bezel-less frame the smartphone will feature, as reported by The Android Soul.
The fingerprint scanner is yet in a place which makes it very easy to accidentally smudge the camera - the one closest to it, at least. That said, the bump that houses the cameras, heart rate monitor, LED flash, and the fingerprint sensor itself may aid in locating it by touch alone.
The design is the same in these other shots of leaks, except they look less schematic and closer to actual press renders. However, the top screen bezel looks to be larger than what has been seen in the Galaxy S8 smartphones, even though so far most rumors have said that the Note 8 will basically look just like a slightly bigger S8 Plus, as reported by GSM Arena.
The Galaxy Note 8 is said to be equipped with Super AMOLED 6.3-inch display with 2K + resolution, according to the leak. This will be powered by Snapdragon 835 / Exynos 8895 processor and there will be 6GB of RAM on board.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will also come with enhanced S Pen features and DeX capability. The device will be a 3300mAh battery. The Galaxy Note 8 will come in Black, Blue, and Gold colors. Samsung is said to reveal the new Galaxy Note 8 in late August ahead of its release sometime in September and the phone will retail for close to $1,000 when it's released later this summer.
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