Tuesday, 1 August 2017

This is Samsung Galaxy Note8 (in Midnight Black and Gold)


The design of Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note8 have been revealed thanks to the reliable Evan Blass who has shared the press render of the device, that shows it from all possible angles.

The official looking render shows the Galaxy Note8 in Midnight Black and Gold colors, and confirms most of the earlier rumors. First of all, the Galaxy Note8 will carry forward the Galaxy S8 lines Infinity display for a bezel-less design. It will also be the first smartphone from Samsung to sport dual-cameras, and they will be aligned horizontally.

The dual-cameras are placed on a rectangular bump, along with LED flash, heart rate sensor and fingerprint scanner. These are neatly arranged side by side, and will have a layer of glass for protection.



On the front, there's selfie camera, and sensors for iris scanner, face unlock and more. There's also the hardware button for Bixby on the left, for trigger the virtual assistant, while the power button is on the right. As per earlier leaks the bottom of the Galaxy Note8 will house USB Type-C port, 3.5mm headset jack, speaker, and a silo to house the S Pen stylus.

The Galaxy Note8 is said to have 6.3-inch QHD edge-to-edge AMOLED Infinity Display with 18:9 aspect ration, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835/Exynos 8895 chipsets, depending on the market, 6GB RAM, 3300mAh battery and dual-camera setup. The dual-camera system at the back will be stacked horizontally and consist of two 12MP sensor with dedicated optical image stabilization for lens.  Other features expected are support for DeX Dock, heart rate sensor, iris scanner, Bixby voice assistant, improved S-Pen, and Black/Blue/Gold color options.

According to earlier reports, the Galaxy Note8 will be Samsung's expensive smartphone to date carrying a price tag of €999 in Europe and around $900 in the US (Rs. 72,000/Rs. 58,000 respectively).

Samsung will unveil the Galaxy Note8 later this month on August 23 at an event in New York. It is expected to go on sale early September.

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