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Jun 09, 2017 11:38 AM EDT

Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Better: Infinity Display Design Than Galaxy S8; Launch Date In Late August [VIDEO]


A render for Samsung's upcoming Galaxy Note 8 has mounted up on the internet, and it hints at a major feature that did not make the cut on Samsung's Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus. As the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is said to launch in late August, the device appears to use the same Infinity Display design that was introduced in Samsung Galaxy S8.

Samsung Galaxy Note 8's newly leaked render was shared on Twitter. The highly anticipated Galaxy Note 8 phablet appears to arrive with the same the same Infinity Display design of the Samsung Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus.

But, it is not a huge surprise. It has been reported that the Galaxy Note 8 was going to arrive with this feature, as well as a 6.3-inch display size.

Nonetheless, the Chinese microblogging website has suggested that Galaxy Note 8's Infinity Display would be better than the one that's on the Galaxy S8. The corners of the display of the upcoming device are said to be even smaller, which gives a bit of more space for on-screen content, Slash Gear reported.

In spite of that, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will arrive with the Android 7.1.1 Nougat operating system instead of the Android O. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will have a dual rear camera, with 12MP and 13MP lenses, CNET reported.

Aside from that, the much-awaited Samsung phablet is said to be powered by either a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 or an Exynos 8995 processor. The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will boast a 128GB of internal storage, but the RAM of the device was not revealed.

The battery fiasco of the Note 7 is clearly out of the picture, as Samsung's mobile chief D.J. Koh made it known that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be safer and more innovative device. The upcoming device will arrive with battery pack of 4,000 mAh that went through a battery check to ensure safety measures.

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