Nov 18, 2016 03:00 AM EST
What's more exciting about the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is the latest features offered by its rumored processor, Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 for longer battery life and Quick Charge 4. Read more details here!
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Battery Features
As Samsung is heading towards its mass production on its 10nm processor for Samsung Galaxy Note 8, Qualcomm has reportedly taking advantage on the South Korean tech company's move. According to Slash Gear, Qualcomm has partnered with Samsung for Snapdragon 835 which offers two of the most useful features a smartphone could have.
These features have something to do with Samsung Galaxy Note 8 battery and energy conservation. The longer battery life which Snapdragon 835 can offer is a big leap towards having more reliable gadget in the event it lands on Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
In addition, Qualcomm Snapdragon offers Quick Charge 4 that promises 20 percent faster charging compared to previous versions. And as a result of an efficient charging technology, the smartphone should acquire 50 percent battery in 15 minutes charging time.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Other Features & Specs
In the recent leaks, Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is rumored to come with a 5.7-inch foldable screen but can grow up to 6.2-inches for the optimal size. According to Tech Radar, ditching the Home Button is likely to happen to achieve an edge-to-edge and bezel-free screen display that supports 4K resolution for virtual reality platform.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is also rumored to run the latest android beta program Nougat; however, other reports claimed that the phone might catch up with the alleged Android O. The smartphone is also said to have support for Stylus Pen with speakers, an iris scanner and an enhanced AI assistant better than Siri of Apple and Google Assistant.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Release Date & Price
Samsung is expected to launch the Galaxy Note 8 during the Mobile World Congress in February 2017. The 2017 flagship is rumored to come with another Samsung premium handset, the Galaxy S8. On the other hand, no further information that links to the premium handsets price.
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