Samsung unveils dual camera schematic possibly for Galaxy Note 8

Samsung Unveils New Galaxy S8 Phone

Samsung Unveils New Galaxy S8 Phone

A new leak claiming to show what the Galaxy Note 8 will look like has surfaced from case maker Olixar.

According to SamMobile's insiders, the Galaxy Note 8's camera will "offer better image quality and better background defocus (in portrait mode) than competing smartphones with similar dual-camera solutions".

In the Chinese equivalent of Twitter, Weibo, has spread a new render smartphone Samsung Galaxy Note 8.

Samsung retired the 32GB entry-level model after the Note 5 - the "Note 6" name was skipped, so as to bring the nomenclature in-line with the Galaxy S series - though that wasn't the only criticism that iteration of the phone was subject to. Protective phone cases for the Note 8 are listed on the website, showing us a glimpse of the Note 8 and the phone cases to be sold. That being said, the upcoming Note 8 is going to give a tough fight to all these high-end flagships. In terms of pure power, the Note 8 is basically a slightly upgraded version of the Galaxy S8.

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We have posted an article confirming that the new in-screen fingerprint sensors would finally arrive as early as Q1 2018, therefore the Note 8 is confirmed to not have the fingerprint sensor built underneath the display unfortunately. The Galaxy S8 predecessor is powered by Samsung's own Exynos 8890 or Snapdragon 820 processor and also comes with 4GB of RAM and up to 64GB of memory.

Also, the Galaxy Note 8 will also come with an external storage feature that will let users to add up to 256 GB of microSD card. Going by the new leak, Note 8 is possibly not expected to sport on-screen sensor. Some rumours also indicate that the device is going to be the first ever device by Samsung to come with 4K resolution.

The good side of the story, however, is that the placement of this feature on the Note 8 will be much better as compared to the S8 twins thanks to the dual-lens camera on the back of the phablet. However, Samsung might be using another camera technology to offset that disadvantage.

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