A new rendering of the Galaxy Note 8 reveals almost everything

The Galaxy Note 8 will be the big deal of Samsung for this end of the year. The manufacturer intends to score the second half of 2017 after making a sensation during the first thanks to the Galaxy S8.

It is this August 23 that Samsung will lift the veil on the Galaxy Note 8, its new high-end smartphone expected to stand firm by all industry … and by customers scalded by the Galaxy Note7, removed from marketing due to Batteries a bit too ticklish. So much pressure, even if Samsung will enjoy a bonus of confidence thanks to the Galaxy S8 very well received.

Render the render

The future apparatus begins to be seen more frankly through the leaks and other rumors that abound on it. A new rendering was thus carried out according to the characteristics given by a case manufacturer. One can reasonably think that we are here in the presence of a Galaxy Note 8 very close to the truth, a month from the presentation.


According to these images, the smartphone will once again bet on its Infinity Display screen that occupies the side slots. At the top and bottom, the borders are made finer and finer, there is not much room left to fit the selfie camera, the iris scanner and the various sensors. On the back, the fingerprint reader is in the same location as the Galaxy S8, which some will probably regret. But there is a stop between the sensor and the APN.

The originality here is the presence of two cameras, which should give the new Note a definite advantage, while the S8 was satisfied with the (excellent) photo sensor of the S7. The rest of the features include a 6.3-inch screen, high-end processors (Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895), 6 GB RAM and a 3.300 mAh battery. And of course, a stylus.



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