Galaxy Note 8: The dual camera should look like this

Galaxy Note 8 dual camera SlashleaksGalaxy Note 8 dual camera – the end of August, the idea of the new pin-phablet Galaxy Note 8 by Samsung is expected. Currently arrive at short intervals always new details of the smartphone to the public. The Note 8 to Samsung’s first smartphone with a dual camera. A corresponding render image obviously shows the new camera with next placed fingerprint sensor.

Galaxy Note 8: image to show dual camera

On August 26, the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 to be presented for the first time. The manufacturer’s new flagship model Galaxy seems S8 (Plus) to exceed the current top models again.

For some months the rumor holds that Samsung dual camera installed in the pen-phablet first time. How it should look in the alleged Note 8, shows a rendered image of Slashleaks, which also constitutes the fingerprint on the case-back.

Previously suspected Details for Galaxy Note 8

The leak of Slashleaks to be reached via the Facebook users Tùng Hà to the Öffenlichkeit. Although such leaks are by no means certain, however, the leaker Ice Universe on the micro-blogging service Weibo had put the picture into and Steve Hemmerstoffer has shared the image. Also on display is the fingerprint sensor next to the camera. but the sensor seems a bit further away from the camera lens to be placed, is likely to prevent accidentally the lens of the camera, as is the case with the galaxy S8 dirty.

The Galaxy Note 8 to a WQHD- “Infinity” display with 6.3-inch feature (2910 x 1440 pixels). For driving the haueigene Exynos will probably make 8895 and perhaps could be in some regions not yet presented Qualcomm Snapdragon 836 on board. The operating system is Android 7.1.1 nougat in question. The dual camera will dissolve with 13 megapixel and feature an optical image stabilizer. A sensor is responsible for RGB images, the other for monochrome images. From September, the Galaxy Note is designed to start 8 for 999.00 euros in the trade.



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