Jul 05, 2017 08:27 AM EDT
Samsung Unveils Galaxy Note 8 In Mid-August And For Realease By September; Note 8 Has New Render [VIDEO]
Samsung's highly anticipated Galaxy Note 8 smartphone has been a part of the rumor mill in the past weeks. Now, a new render of the mobile device has been leaked and it suggests some of the design elements that have already been tipped for Samsung's upcoming flagship. However, the tech company is reportedly set to unveil the Note 8 in mid-August, and potentially positioning the mobile device for market availability by early September.
A new render of the upcoming Galaxy Note 8 has been leaked online. Notably, the smartphone's latest leak suggests some of its design elements. Slickwraps CEO Jonathan Endicott, leaked the Note 8's latest render and shows a CAD designed image of the device, Phone Arena reported.
For those unaware, Slickwraps is a manufacturer of the most precision-fitted smartphone skins in the world. Considering that the firm usually needs an advance notice for the official roll out before starting the production of accessories, this might be Galaxy Note 8's final design.
Nonetheless, it seems like Samsung's much awaited Galaxy Note 8 will be more than a match for Apple's latest hardware. Wherein, the South Korean tech giant will ship the Galaxy Note 8 with a dual camera system on the back, Express reported.
But, it's unclear how the tech company plans to use the dual camera set-up of the upcoming phablet. Whether Samsung tend to choose LG's wide-angle approach to photography, or Apple's depth-perception employed with its iPhone 7 Plus.
In spite of that, the tech giant is widely-tipped to utilize the same Infinity Display design used in the Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus. Also, the Galaxy Note 8 is expected to come along with an impressive 6.4 inch edge-to-edge display.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been tipped to be powered by Snapdragon 835 or Exynos 8895 SoC, along with a 6GB of RAM. The device will also boast a 6.3-inch display with 18.5:9 aspect ratio.
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