Samsung Galaxy Note 8: Prototype is to show display

Angebliches Galaxy Note 8 Bild WeiboGalaxy Note 8 Display image leaked – Samsung is expected to introduce the new stylus Phablet Galaxy Note 8 in September, possibly again at the IFA in Berlin. Some unconfirmed details about equipment and design are already circulating. There are new photos on the display.

Galaxy Note 8: Images from the display

The Samsung on Note 7 successor, Galaxy Note 8, works is safe. In a benchmark published by Sammobile, a Smartphone named SM-N950F is dubbed, which is to be the 8th note. However, the HTML5 test is not just outstanding. In the test, the note 8 runs with Android 7.1.1 nougat. A more up-to-date version is expected for the release. Sure Samsung will still optimize the Galaxy Note 8.

The pictures published via Weibo will show the display of note 8. If this is not a fake, the screen will be bigger than the Galaxy S8. Expect a 6.3 inch display with almost borderless screen.


Previously suspected details on grade 8

Currently, the successor to the Qualcomm Snapdrgaon 835, Snapdragon 836 processor, is probably still developed by the chip maker. As the website Playfuldroid reported, the Galaxy Note 8 could be the first smartphone with the new chipset on board. The mass production of the Snapdragon 836 would at least theoretically still possible in time.

Some features of the current Samsung Galaxy S8 (Plus) are also expected for the Galaxy Note 8. Surely Samsung will install an infinity display with extremely narrow screen edges. Already for the Galaxy S8, analysts had believed that the manufacturer would integrate the fingerprint sensor into the display. Apparently Samsung had not succeeded this step in time. Leaks from poyoco Tech could confirm this feature.

Heinz-Peter Ollie Hildebrand




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