Samsung Galaxy Note 8- Here’s an early look for you

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Samsung Galaxy Note 8- Here’s an early look for you

The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is expected to unveil and already we have a full visual device. We’re just weeks away from Samsung’s upcoming major launch event on August 23.

That’s consideration of prolific smartphone leaker Evan Blass — who in the approved manner go in depth Samsung’s Galaxy S8 before it was announced earlier this year and a pair of photos of the rumor has it that approaching phone that he posted on Twitter. We don’t have defined specs at this point, but we can presume a small number of things from the top image ahead of the dual-camera-dual-flash array on the backside. Next, to the camera, it looks like the Note 8 will have a fingerprint scanner on its rear, like the Galaxy S8 where it is quite gauche while it appears it will as well utilize the S8’s Bixby button on its right surface.

Another thing we have been acquainted with is that the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is likely to be the biggest Note yet.

Well, that’s not merely going on these leaked screenshots. Samsung plunge a major hint with its event invitation ‘Do bigger things’ while earlier leaks have shows some clear hinted at a 6.3-inch, 19.5:9 aspect ratio display which would actually incredible. Samsung has a lot at wager with this gadget; of course, bring to mind of last year’s Note 7 due to some battery issues that, in some cases, reason explosion and blast.

This year’s smartphone show ponies would be Screens with a hot battleground. LG is claimed to be prepping an AMOLED screen for its next flagship, upcoming Mate 10 will have a full-screen display confirmed by Huawei’s CEO, and there’s the 10-year edition iPhone, which seems like it will gathering a lot of new features, including infra-red features release and a clear bezel-less front screen.

What are your expectations from Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Tell us in comments.

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