Galaxy Note 8: Official advertising banner leaked

Galaxy Note 8 Bild Evan Blass über Twitter

Galaxy Note 8 advertising banners – Samsung’s new flagship that pen-Phablet Galaxy Note 8, rumored to be presented on August 23rd. Samsung would be the opposite of Apple, as the iPhone 8 is expected on September 6th. Currently, an official advertising banner from the Galaxy Note 8 dipped.

Galaxy Note 8: Advertising banner dipped

From the Samsung Galaxy Note 8 an advertising banners, the Leaker Evan Blass over Twitter published (see photo). The photo shows the advertising slogan “Do bigger things” and also the S-Pen (Einabstift) is recognizable.

According to the tweet, the Galaxy Note 8 appears to be a larger version of the Galaxy S8, but the display corners are not so well rounded.

Assumed specs to Galaxy Note 8

According to previous Leaks, the Note 8 will have a 64 gigabyte flash memory. A 6.3-inch AMOLED display with QHD resolution is used. Depending on the region, the drive will have its own Exynos 8895 chip or the Qualcomm Snapdragon 835 processor. Other features of Phablet are a 6 gigabyte large memory and a 12-megapixel dual camera.

The Galaxy Note 8 is thus the first smartphones of the manufacturer with a two-lens camera on the back. It assumes a wide-angle lens with an f / 1.7 aperture and a telephoto lens with an f / 2.4 aperture including two-fold optical zoom. The Selfie camera is currently specified with 8 megapixels. On the Korean website of Samsung Electro-Mechanics the manufacturer has currently presented a camera module for smartphones with dual camera. It is to be used in the Galaxy Note 8 for the first time. Cover image: Galaxy Note 8 Image Evan Blass over Twitter.


Heinz-Peter Ollie Hildebrand




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