A late September launch date for the Galaxy Note 8 will align the smartphone's release with Apple's new iPhone models, as the company is also expected to unveil the iPhone 7s, iPhone 7s Plus, and iPhone 8 in September. Samsung is expected to go all out for the Note 8 and if leaks are close enough to reality then we could see dual rear camera setup and in-screen fingerprint sensor as the big highlight for the smartphone.
According to Android Headlines, an industry insider claims that the Samsung Galaxy Note 9 will come armed with a different system-on-chip (SoC), something tied up to a change in the product development strategy for 2018.
This obviously doesn't mean that the Galaxy Note 8 will cost $999 in the United States but it's certainly going to be priced in the same ballpark if this information is accurate.
Renowned leaker Evan Blass revealed a jaw-dropping new detail about the Samsung Galaxy Note 8. From a buyers point of view, the Galaxy Note 8 is neither a square nor a fair deal.
As for the battery pack, which you've been waiting to know, Samsung has decided it would constitute only a decent 3,300mAh non-removable battery. Additionally, the new Galaxy S8's display had HDR (high dynamic range) functionality for better contrast ratios - a feature that could appear on the Note 8 as well.
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In addition to this, Blass has shed light on some of the specifications of the Samsung Galaxy Note 8.
Rose Pink is likely to remain a Galaxy S8 Plus exclusive, similar to what Samsung did with Galaxy S7 vs. Galaxy S7 Edge. The smartphone features a 13 MP primary sensor on the back and a 13 MP selfie snapper too. Dual-camera technology is nearly becoming a must in the smartphone industry now, with Apple expected to include a vertically-aligned dual-camera system with the iPhone 8 in order to deliver augmented reality functionality. Both sensors will be laid out next to each other horizontally, with the flash and heart rate sensor placed on the right.
If the Note 8 smartphone sports a dual rear camera setup, then it is highly possible that the smartphone will come with 12MP sensors and an independent OIS (Optical Image Stabilization) for individual lenses.
Samsung will certainly include some new software tricks (like improved ease-of-use of split-screen multitasking), as well as an improved S Pen experience. To power the handset there is a 3500mAh battery that comes with a Quick charge 2.0 charger to support fast charging.