May 30, 2017 07:41 AM EDT
A new leak has emerged out of China which reveals the front panel of the forthcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8. The Galaxy Note 8 that was rumored to be discontinued due to the huge failure of the Galaxy Note 7 due to its battery issues lives to see the light of day.
Latest leak as reported by SamMobile, claims to have uncovered the first video of the Galaxy Note 8 front panel and its display is a huge 6.3 inches. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be 0.6-inch larger than its predecessor Galaxy Note 7. It will also be 0.1-inch larger than the latest Galaxy S8 Plus.
The latest leak regarding Samsung Galaxy Note 8 goes in line with past rumors of a 6.3/ 6.4-inch display on the next Note phone. Samsung may also launch an upgraded Gear VR to match the phone's performance. The Galaxy Note 8 is also said to have 18.5 to 9 ratio and have a Super AMOLED display with 4K resolution (3,840 x 2,160 pixels), according to Forbes.
Samsung is also said to add dual cameras at the back of the phone to match up with current day demands. The smartphone will still run on the Snapdragon 835/ Exynos 8895 depending on the market but will launch with 6GB of RAM and 128GB of Storage.
If previous rumors and leaks are to be believed then Samsung will also be able to embed the fingerprint sensor under the front of the glass hence removing the need for a rear sensor. The Galaxy Note 7 will continue to hold an S-Pen and a 3.5 mm headphone jack, as per the leaked schematics.
Since these are just the leaks before the official launch of Samsung Galaxy Note 8, it is recommended to consider it with a pinch of salt. For more update on Samsung Galaxy devices, stay tuned to Droid Report.
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