Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Leaked Image
There have been speculations that Samsung Mobile will release the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 not later than August 2017. Ahead of the August launch, an image showing a Coral Blue device with a Samsung imprint at the rear has surfaced. The image also come alongside some details which points all suspecting fingers at it being the upcoming Note 8.
See the leaked image below as released by Teck24.
Taking a closer look at the image, one would want to take it to be the Samsung Galaxy S8. The shape looks very much like the Galaxy S8 but the size seem quite bigger than the S8 and S8+. This is understandable because devices in Samsung’s Note Series are always monstrous in size (at least when compared to Samsung devices in other series). The Note 8 is expected to have a 6.3-inch Quad High Definition (QHD) display with an incredible resolution of 2560×1440 pixels. There is also high speculation that the Samsung Galaxy S8 fingerprint sensor will be embedded in the display.
However, components (the camera, flashlight, arrangements and positioning) on the rear tells a whole different story. A vertically fitted dual camera set-up rumoured to be of 12MP and 13MP lens, and a LED flashlight are found on the rear. The absence of a fingerprint sensor at the rear in the leaked image further fuels the rumour that the fingerprint sensor will be on the screen of the Note 8; that’s if the above image is anything to go by.
The Samsung Galaxy Note 8 leaked image is a sort of omen that the device will be a good one. ‘Cause trust me, as a follow-up to the exploding Samsung Galaxy Note 7 (which would be relaunched as the Samsung Galaxy Note FE), Samsung would want to rejuvenate the name, image and reputation of the Note series and the brand name at large.
What do you think about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8? Are you anticipating or not? Will you buy one following what occurred with the Note 7?