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Apr 12, 2017 11:13 AM EDT

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 New Leak Suggests The Phone is not Impressive [VIDEO]


Samsung Galaxy Note 8 has been leaked again, months before launch. As more details are revealed, it seems that fans will not be getting a different phone design from the Galaxy S8.

A few chops of Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that reports have been talking so far, include the Snapdragon 835 chipset and a 6.3-inch display. Slashleaks initially published the image of the impending smartphone with its S Pen, side by side. It quickly garnered attention since fans have been curious as to what the smartphone will look like.

No design change

Apparently, the leaks and tips suggest that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will not have a different design from Galaxy S8 but the phone will be getting a virtual home button. The only thing that differentiates both would be the slot for S Pen, BGR reported.

S Pen

The stylus has been one of the most talked about features. Samsung upcoming Note flagship will reportedly come with a sleeker S Pen albeit there is no particular evidence, except the leaked image, that could corroborate the claim.

Bixby assistant

It has been reported that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be getting the S8 feature, Bixby voice assistant. It seems that Samsung will make the support available in all of the eighth series devices. Judging from the reports, there is no surprise expected. And for those who have seen Galaxy S8 commercial, the video is likely to sum up what they will get from the Note model.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 release date

Of course, Samsung will not mess up the big launch this year after what happened to Galaxy Note 7. Reports have hinted that this will be another great year for the South Korean company since Samsung has put a lot more efforts to ensure its first phablet battery is safe. Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will reportedly be released in the second half of 2017 after Galaxy S8 in April, Business Korea reported.

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