Apr 20, 2017 04:52 PM EDT
New leaks reveal Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus late problems. Just a few days left before the South Korean tech giant makes its 2017 flagship devices available for purchase, fresh leaks suggest that Samsung may have made new significant changes to the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus.
Latest updates suggest that the new Galaxy S8 was recently spotted with both a dual camera on the back and no fingerprint sensor. According to Forbes, the position of the fingerprint sensor would likely be because the developer incorporated it directly into the main display.
However, it is reported that the images, upon which the current report is based is that of a prototype and does not seem to be the same with the models of the Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 plus that the developer intends to ship. Many tech enthusiasts who have come in contact with the newly launched Galaxy S8 have also confirmed otherwise stating that the device has a single rear camera and the badly positioned rear fingerprint sensor.
Meanwhile, leaks and rumors have previously suggested that the tech company was planning to adopt the variant with an integrated fingerprint sensor and a dual rear camera but Samsung was forced by unforeseen circumstances and late production problems to abandon the idea for the current model of the Galaxy S8.
Furthermore, other reports reveal that Samsung may not have abandoned the idea altogether.
It is believed that since the idea was not realized with the Galaxy S8, the developer may be planning on apply it to the upcoming Galaxy Note. Considering the unpleasant event with the Galaxy Note 7, Samsung may want to make it up to fans by releasing a device that will meet all their expectations this year.
New reports strongly suggest that Samsung is working towards incorporating a dual camera and integrated fingerprint sensor into the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. According to 9to5mac, the Galaxy Note 8 will feature dual-camera design, 3x optical zoom, 13MP telephoto CIS, 12MP wide-angle CIS supporting dual photodiode, dual 6P lenses and dual optical image stabilization.
The report states that famous analyst, Ming-Chi Kuo revealed that the device will be Samsung's first dual camera smartphone. The analyst noted that the dual camera will be the most important upgrade in the Galaxy Note 8. Samsung Galaxy S8 was recently launched in India
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