Jun 07, 2017 08:33 AM EDT
After the launch of Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus, Samsung is creating headlines again with its rumored Galaxy Note 8. Based on the latest set of leaked images, the Galaxy Note 8 is supposed to get some long-awaited features, including dual cameras and a fingerprint scanner hiding beneath the screen.
PoyocoTech is the name of a new Twitter account which deals in the "latest leaks and renders of upcoming tech gadgets." The user says the Galaxy Note 8 will be having same overall design as the Galaxy S8, complete with a large Infinity display.
The user also repeats some of the rumors that are already heard about the Galaxy Note 8. The Galaxy Note 8 will have a fingerprint sensor under the display, and a dual lens camera on the back, as reported by BGR.
Those two features are not set in stone yet, but they are pretty much expected and hoped for Galaxy Note 8. Samsung is one of the last remaining holdouts in an era of dual cameras, although it is still doing quite well despite having only one.
According to Slash Gear, a leaked render of the alleged design of the Galaxy Note 8 reveals how the dual cameras will be placed on the smartphone's rear side. However, what the leaked image doesn't show is the oddly placed fingerprint scanner. Its absence on either side of the phone can only mean one thing: an on-screen sensor.
Finally, the S Pen is also said to have a built-in vibration motor, and it will come with support for Find My Mobile. If the user misplaces it then he or she should be able to locate it with the help of the app, assuming these leaks are accurate. With enough time, the Galaxy Note 8 stands a better chance of sporting this feature. Stay tuned to Droid Report for more updates.
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