Jun 30, 2017 12:00 PM EDT
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Latest News: Note 8's New Leaks Reveals Device’s Specs [VIDEO]
Samsung is expected to roll out the highly anticipated Galaxy Note 8 this year. Leaked details and renders of the upcoming mobile device continue to emerge. However, a case manufacturer released images of what seem to be the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
A case manufacturer released photos of an unofficial mobile device, which appears to be Samsung's much awaited Galaxy Note 8. The new renders of the Note 8 came from the case manufacturer Olixar, Phandroid reported.
The new Galaxy Note 8 leak image features a dual camera, which is placed horizontally and shares a hump with the heart rate sensor, fingerprint reader and LED flash. The case manufacturer's render of the upcoming Samsung smartphone matches up with previous leaks and renders.
Meanwhile, the famous American blogger and phone leaker, Evan Blass, claimed that the next big thing from the South Korean tech giant will draw its power from Exynos 8895 and Qualcomm Snapdragon 835, but depends on the market location. It's important to note that Samsung's Galaxy S8 and Galaxy S8 Plus were offered in China with 6GB of RAM, so there's a possibility that the upcoming device will come along with an 8GB of RAM. However, the Galaxy Note 8 will have a 3300mAh battery pack, a size that would likely prevent the battery explosion issues of Galaxy Note 7.
Also, Samsung's upcoming flagship is expected to sport the tech company's signature Super AMOLED technology and renders in 2K resolution. The Galaxy Note 8 is highly anticipated to be available with a 6.3-inch screen as well as an S Pen stylus, Mashable reported.
The Note 8 still has no pricing details, but earlier reports suggested the upcoming mobile device will have a $900 price tag in North America and will certainly cost $1000 in most markets. The flagship smartphone is said to be announced at an event in New York on August 26.
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