Samsung is already a graduate from all the controversies and dramas that Galaxy Note 7 issue gave. In fact, Galaxy Note 8 is said to be on its way and has been rumored several times in the last couple of days. And this week, a new render from Samsung's case maker reveals the design of the upcoming smartphone.
Because of various different leaks, people are now starting to get a pretty good concept of what the Galaxy Note 8 looks like. However, say no to any more leaks because a new set of renders from a popular case maker provides us a look at the design of the full phone. According to Phandroid, the new renders come from Olixar.
Based on the released images, the case of the upcoming Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is a standard TPU case. This kind of case uses a hybrid material, which is a mixture between hard plastic and soft silicone. However, the important part of the render is the inside of the smartphone.
The render of the anticipated Samsung Galaxy Note 8 that comes from Olixar is almost similar compared to the earlier renders and leaks that spread on the internet. Aside from the design, there are just a few details that stick out which includes the very controversial location of the camera, as well as the sensors.
According to BGR, the renders from Olixar show a mobile device that’s similar to Samsung Galaxy S8. However, the horizontal dual lens camera is located on the rear part of the smartphone. Then, next to it, there are heart rate and fingerprint sensors. Apparently, on a Samsung Galaxy phone that is as big as the new Note device, that’s the only area that features would fit, no matter how difficult or awkward it might be for the user.
Despite the various rumors, Samsung has not released any official statement regarding the information of the Galaxy Note 8. However, reports suggest that Samsung Galaxy Note 8 should launch in late August during a New York-based media event and the selling period of the smartphone could start a month after with a starting price of $1000.