Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Rumors: Dual Cameras And Other Amazing Features
While all eyes are on the highly popular and impressive Samsung Galaxy S8 and its big brother the Galaxy S8 Plus, the upcoming galaxy Note 8 has had its share of buzz. Some rumors even indicate that the next Samsung flagship phablet may be even better than the Galaxy S8.
The latest on the Galaxy Note 8 is that it may sport a dual camera system. Valuewalk reported that news of the phablet having the high-end feature that was expected to be on the Galaxy S8 came all the way from South Korea. According to "MK News", the Korean conglomerate is "reviewing the benefits of dual cameras internally and will release products within the year". The news backs up the dual camera set-up rumor which originated from esteemed analyst Ming-Chi Kuo while also confirming that the Note 8 will come this year.
A previous leak revealed that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will likely come with a 6.4-inch 4K AMOLED display though some say it may be QHD+ instead. What's more impressive is that the bezels will be slimmer than that of the Galaxy S8. The successor to the doomed Galaxy Note 7 will be powered by Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor or Exynox 9XXX. Also rumored is a possible 6GB of RAM and up to 256GB of internal storage.
Other possible features of the Galaxy Note 8 include the use of the latest Android Nougat operating system and the inclusion of Bixby, Samsung's own digital assistant. The Galaxy Note 8 may also be equipped with VR support, Stylus Pen, and the TouchWiz feature. Interestingly, another rumor said that the Galaxy Note 8 will have an edge-to-edge foldable display. The phablet will supposedly have a 5.7-inch display that can be unfolded to reveal a bigger device.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will surely be as good as or even better than the Galaxy S8 in terms of specifications. One thing that the next phablet will have is the opportunity to correct one of the more annoying mistakes of the flagship smartphone. Samsung should transfer the awkwardly placed fingerprint sensor. The better location of the feature should be either at the center of the Galaxy Note 8's back or embedded underneath the display.
Samsung head of mobile DJ Koh has already confirmed to CNET that the Galaxy Note 8 will be indeed launched this year. Rumors have the release date to be sometime during the latter half of 2017.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 And Galaxy X Release Dates Revealed By Chinese Leaker
A series of tweets from a Chinese leaker indicates a possible 2017 release for the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 and Galaxy X.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Design And Specs Leak May Make You Think Twice About Getting The Galaxy S8
The latest leak shows the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may be better than the Galaxy S8.
Samsung Galaxy X Latest Updates: Foldable Smartphone Officially Trademarked, Possible Release This Year
Samsung has successfully trademarked the Galaxy X name fueling rumors of a 2017 release for the foldable smartphone.
Samsung To Resell Galaxy Note 7 With Smaller Batteries
Samsung will be reselling refurbished Galaxy Note 7 handsets with smaller batteries.
Android 8.0 Oreo Update Under Works for Galaxy S8 and S8 Plus
Samsung has started development work on Android 8.0 for Galaxy S8, following the Android Oreo closed-beta launch for OnePlus 3.
MORE IN ITECHPOST
Welcome To InsurTech: The Next Generation of Insurers
With how quickly technology has advanced in the past couple of decades, it's no wonder that it is changing many industries as we know it. Insurtech is sure to give insurance companies a new look and a modern business model to go by.
How Do Personal Emergency Response Systems Work?
Personal emergency response systems, known as PERS for short, are systems that help people to raise the alarm and get immediate help when a medical or personal emergency occurs. They are ideal for older people and anyone with a mobility issue or an injury or illness that can cause falls.
Game Developers’ Different Roles in the Studio
Learn about the different professionals involved in developing video games. Becoming a game developer is one of the coolest jobs around and your 14-year-old self, perched on the edge of your bed as you play PlayStation, will thank you for making such an awesome career move.
Surviving Your First Year of College
You Did It! You’re Off to College! Congratulations! You have finished high school and are off to college. The sense of accomplishment is overwhelming, and you have not even graduated yet! However, beware of the pitfalls. The allure of going to college is often associated with one word—freedom. You are leaving home to be on your own. You can have all the friends you want, stay up as late as you want, and perhaps spend as much money as you want. If you keep your head, you can avoid the problems associated with college life.