Tuesday , August 22 2017

The latest renders of the Galaxy Note 8 leave little to the imagination

It’s T-30 ish days and counting (thanks international date line) until the expected launch of the Galaxy Note 8 in New York. More details on the new device continue to leak out, this time it’s a set of complete renders seemingly sourced from a 3rd party case manufacturer showing off the Galaxy Note 8 from all angles, and it has a few of those.

As with previous leaks and renders it seems we’re looking at a device with:

  • 6.3-inch 18.5:9 AMOLED infinity display,
  • Curved glass front and rear
  • Dual rear cameras
  • Rear fingerprint sensor
  • Front Iris scanner
  • Bixby Button
  • S-Pen
  • USB Type C
  • Headphones jack (like there should be)
  • Exynos 8895 or Snapdragon 835 processor
  • Apparent 6GB RAM
  • 3300mAh non removable battery (smaller than last year’s Note 7 and this year’s Galaxy S8)

Most of these specs aren’t “confirmed” however most of them are also safe bets but the requisite grain of salt should be taken. It does seem that Samsung is going to be “playing it safe” with the Note 8 following last years unfortunate events, and that’s OK. Perhaps this year the Note 8 will be more of a Galaxy S8+ S-Pen edition rather than something that pushes the boundaries.

 
Source: BGR.
Via: 9to5Google.

Duncan Jaffrey   Journalist

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Cool, having got the S8+ earlier in the year doesn’t look like anything here to cause regret/envy ; ) 6 gig RAM is cool, but the S8+ has been just fine with 4 gig.

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Awesome Smartphone with good camera features.
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Is there really someone on Earth who wants a smaller battery?

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Hmm battery manufacturers!!
Sell smaller batteries at the same price.
Arnotts did it with the TimTam biscuit,
they set a terrible precedent!!

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