Galaxy Note 8 Details about the camera – In a week, August 23rd, Samsung will introduce the new stylus-Phablet Galaxy Note 8. It will probably be the first smartphone of the manufacturer with a dual camera. New details have been leaked to the camera. In addition, there should be a dual SIM variant also in Europe.
Galaxy Note 8: Details about the camera
The new Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will be the first smartphone from the South Korean manufacturer with a dual camera. Two modules, each with 12- and 13-megapixel is said to provide camera rumors.
Both lenses are responsible for wide-angle and zoom functions, as well as an optical image stabilizer and dual-pixel autofocus, as in the Galaxy S8, on board. EtNews assumes that, contrary to previous reports, no triple zoom, but only a two-fold loss-free zoom will be possible.
Dual SIM version also for Europe
In China, smartphones with two sim card slots for dual SIM are practically standard. In the meantime, more and more manufacturers are offering their devices with this feature. The website Sammobile reports that the Galaxy Note 8 will also have a dual SIM version and also in Europe. The note 8 could have a hybrid slot, which has space for two sim cards or alternatively for a sim card and a memory card.
As reported by etNews, Samsung will continue to rely on dual cameras in the future. That would mean that the Galaxy S9 planned for Spring 2018 will have such a camera. According to The Investor, the Grade 8 Phablet may receive a “Force Touch” display. Using ForceTouch or a 3D touch, hidden menus or shortcuts can be called, as well as replacing the physical home buttons like currently in the Galaxy S8. Cover image: OnLeaks