Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Spotted On AnTuTu Ahead Of August 23 Launch
The next Samsung's Galaxy Unpacked event is scheduled on August 23, and everyone is expecting to get a glimpse of the next-gen Galaxy Note phablet. Interestingly, the AnTuTu benchmark screenshots have leaked out giving us some more insights into the upcoming Galaxy Note 8.
The latest AnTuTu database entry lists a screen resolution of 1,080X2,220 pixels for the upcoming Galaxy Note 8. The AnTuTu benchmark reveals the listing for model number SM-N9500, which according to GSM Arena, hints at the Chinese variant of the phablet. SM-N9500 variant comes with Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 chipset, Adreno 540 GPU, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB ROM, and Android 7.1.1 Nougat out of the box.
As previously reported, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will launch with both Qualcomm and Samsung processors. The Note 8 has also spotted on GFXBench with a Samsung Exynos 8 chip inside, while the one that surfaced on AnTuTu features a Qualcomm Snapdragon 835. The list of common specs and features reads Android 7.1.1 Nougat, 6 GB RAM, 64 GB onboard storage, a huge 6.4-inch display with 2,960X1, 440 pixels, which is more than even Galaxy S8+'s 6.3-inch.
On the camera front, benchmarks confirm the presence of a 12 MP + 8 MP units. According to reports, the dual rear camera would allegedly be housing one 12 MP sensor with dual-pixel autofocus paired with a 13 MP telephoto camera. The 13 MP telephoto camera is said to give a 2x fixed optical zoom. Both the camera sensors will feature with optical image stabilization, as reported by Firstpost.
AnTuTu benchmark does not provide more information about the battery capacity; however leaks already suggested that it will use a 3,300 mAh battery. According to notes on a support page, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will most probably come in a dual SIM variant for the European markets.
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