Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Specs, Release Date: 6.3-Inch Super AMOLED Display At €999 In September? Battery Smaller Than Galaxy S8 Plus
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 could be the most expensive smartphone ever released by the Korean company. Based on reports, the new flagship will be priced at € 999, or Rs 72,123 upon launch in September. This means that the device will be among the most expensive smartphones ever manufactured by the tech giant, given that the Galaxy S8 is priced at Rs 57,990 while Galaxy S8 Plus costs Rs 64,990,
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 is believed to come with a 6.3-inch Super AMOLED display, which makes it slightly bigger than the 6.2-inch display of Galaxy S8 Plus. As for the edge-to-edge display, the new flagship will carry the same features that the Galaxy S8 series devices have, mainly the 18:5:9 ratio. Under the hood, the smartphone is believed to ship with Snapdragon 835 and Exynos 8895 chipsets and will be powered by 6GB of RAM.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 may also come with a 3,330mAh battery, which is quite smaller than that of the Galaxy S8 Plus. Meanwhile, the S-Pen overall functionality has been improved to make it more useful and functional. Also, Note 8 is expected to support DeX Station, which was announced earlier this year, to allow users make use of their smartphones as computers, IndianExpress reported.
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 Comes With A Dual-Lens Camera
Samsung Galaxy Note 8 will include a dual-lens camera. However, there are still no details yet about this feature, considering that different dual-lens systems on smartphones can do different things.
Meantime, a leaked Samsung Galaxy Note 8 photo revealed that the new flagship will come with the same Galaxy S8 ultra-narrow bezels around the screen, including the curved display edges. However, the image does not give a clear idea if the phone display will have the same Galaxy S8 rounded display corners, Business Insider reported.